Mystery when a man in his 30s is found dead in a unit block as cops investigate a blood trail leading to the sidewalk.
- Man found dead in Blue Mountains Monday
- Police are searching the area while the investigation begins.
- Cause of death yet to be determined
A man has been found mysteriously dead in an apartment block with detectives investigating a blood trail leading from the premises.
Investigators flocked to Camp Street in Katoomba in New South Wales’ Blue Mountains on Monday after the body of a man was discovered in an apartment block at around 7:20 a.m.
It has not yet been formally identified, but is believed to be around 30 years old.
A NSW Police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that detectives are still working to determine the cause of his death.
Police investigate the mysterious death of a man in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney
Detectives have recorded the corner of Camp Street and Freelander Avenue
A crime scene has been established and Blue Mountains Area Command officers have launched an investigation.
Detectives were seen scouring the area Monday afternoon as a police officer recorded the corner of Camp Street and Freelander Avenue.
Investigators went in and out of a four-unit apartment block that property records show is government housing.
Forensic markers could be seen on the driveway entering the complex, with a trail of blood splattered on the concrete.
Markers were seen erected on the pavement leading to the property.
A trail of blood lined a cement path next to the house.
A forensics bag filled with police tape could be seen on the ground near the unit block.