Human remains located on the state’s South Coast at the weekend have been determined to belong to a man reported missing from Sydney last month.
About 6.30pm on Friday 26 February 2021, police were called to a beach at Mollymook, after a member of the public located human remains.
Officers from South Coast Police District commenced inquiries in consultation with the Missing Persons Registry.
The DNA profile of the remains was compared against the missing persons database, which contains the hereditary and genetic mapping of missing people in NSW.
Earlier today (Wednesday 3 March 2021), the remains were confirmed to be that of a man reported missing from Ingleburn last month.
The 37-year-old man was last seen at an ATM in Kiama about 1.30pm on Monday 1 February 2021, after he caught a train from Ingleburn to Kiama.
Officers from Campbelltown City Police Area Command commenced inquiries to locate the man and will continue to lead investigations into the man’s final movements.
The death is not being treated as suspicious.
A report will be prepared for the information of the Coroner.