Mystery surrounds the death of partygoer who disappeared from the nightclub before his body was found in the harbor
Mystery surrounds the death of party-goer, 27, who disappeared when he left a nightclub before his body was found in a river
- The police think they found the body of Jarrod Davies in the Derwent River in Hobart
- The 27-year-old was missing after leaving Observatory Bar on Franklin Wharf
- His body is not identified, but corresponds to the description of his family
- The police have made a call for anyone with information about death to contact them
Mystery surrounds the death of a man who disappeared after he left a nightclub before his body was found in a harbor.
The police think they found the body of the missing Victorian man Jarrod Davies in the Derwent River in Hobart.
The 27-year-old disappeared after leaving the Observatory Bar on Franklin Wharf at approximately 1:00 am on Sunday.
Police found Mr. Davies’ phone in the water at Elizabeth Street Pier on Monday night, forcing police divers to speed up their search in and around the river.
The body was found in the water on Tuesday at 12.45 pm.
The police think they found the body of Jarrod Davies in the Derwent River in Hobart
The body has not been formally identified, but is consistent with the description given by Mr. Davies’ family to researchers.
“We clearly hoped the phone had fallen into the water and Mr. Davies was somewhere else,” said Acting Inspector Darren Latham. The Mercury.
Mr. Davies is a diving instructor and was in Tasmania with his father to do a marine course, with his mother arriving on Sunday after he went missing.
The body was on Tuesday afternoon near the Elizabeth Street Pier on the Derwent River
‘I have spoken with them (the family) to advise them that we have found the body. They are clearly destroyed and I will stay in touch with them throughout this process, “Inspector Latham said.
Researchers appeal to anyone with information to come forward to help bring together what happened to Mr. Davies after leaving the nightclub.
“There is no evidence at this stage that anyone is directly involved in the death of this man,” Inspector Latham said.
His last contact with his family was via a phone call with his father on Sunday at 1.20 a.m.
Mr. Davies in the clothes he wore when he went missing. The police have appealed to everyone with information to come forward