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Police seek information after unidentified body of man found on mudflats in the Highlands


By Val Sweeney

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Police have issued an appeal to help identify the body of a man found in Dingwall.
Police have issued an appeal to help identify the body of a man found in Dingwall.

Police in the Highlands have issued an appeal for help in identifying a man whose body was found in Dingwall yesterday.

The man was found around 11.50am on the mudflats near the Ferry Road picnic area.

His death is currently being treated as unexplained and inquiries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances.

The man is described as being white, between 5ft 7in and 5ft 10in tall, between 25 to 35-years-old, of athletic build with short spiked ginger hair and short facial hair.

He was wearing a grey Rainbows for Heroes T-shirt, a black Trespass jacket, blue Under Armour jogging bottoms and black Skechers trainers.

Inspector Richard Ross, of Dingwall Police Station, said: "Despite our inquiries so far, we have been unable to identify this man.

"We want to establish his identity in order to update his next of kin.

"I would urge anyone who believes they may be able to assist with identifying the man or may have any other information that could help with our investigation to contact 101 as soon as possible, quoting incident 1731 of 14 November."


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