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Aslan King was found dead Tuesday three days after he disappeared from his camp in Princetown, near the Twelve Apostles.
A body has been found in the search for a British tourist who went missing while camping with friends in Victoria.
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He was 25 years old.
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Mr. King had moved to Australia just two weeks before his tragic death. He had been camping with for other friends from home
Officers are yet to formally identify the body; however, it is believed to be Aslan King who was last seen at a camping ground on Old Coach Road about 2 am on 23 November.
Friends told locals Mr King had suffered what they believe was a seizure before he fell off his chair.
He then appeared to lose consciousness before suddenly waking up and running off.
‘They said he just got up and sprinted,’ David Lindsay, from Princetown, told The Standard.
‘By the time they grabbed torches and their phones he was gone,’ he added.
‘They were really worried and concerned. They all looked like ghosts.’
Mr Lindsay said he got involved in the search after the group of friends drove down to his property on Monday desperately looking for Mr King.
He said the driver identified himself as the missing man’s best friend.
Sergeant Danny Brown said Mr King’s friends had been assisting in the search and had been baffled by his disappearance.
The search involving a helicopter, boats and mounted police had failed to find any trace of Mr King missing in the Australian state of Victoria by late on Sunday
They are as bewildered as us, I suppose … that period of time between him getting up and running is just a quiz. Aslan isn’t here, we can’t ask him, we don’t know,’ Sgt Brown told the Sydney Morning Herald.
Local police, the air wing and dog squad were involved in the search as well as state emergency volunteers.
Aslan King Found Dead
The body was located about 10.15 am this morning in a creek just over a kilometer from the camping ground where Aslan was last seen.
‘Investigators will prepare a report for the coroner.
‘Police would like to thank the public and media for their assistance during the search.
Mr. King, an illustrator, had moved to Australia just two weeks before his tragic death.
He had been traveling with a group of home friends who had arrived in the country over the last few months.
Hayley Cullis, one of the five campers, had urged the public to keep an eye out for their friend saying, he may ‘be very confused.’
Police have located the body of a man following the search for missing tourist Aslan King in the Princetown area,’ Victoria Police said in a statement.
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