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Australia Homicide detectives investigate body found in sleeping bag at popular Tweed Heads park

07:50  22 november  2019
07:50  22 november  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

Man's body found in sleeping bag on NSW North Coast

  Man's body found in sleeping bag on NSW North Coast Police are investigating after a man's body was found in a park on the NSW North Coast. Emergency services were called to Jack Evens Boat Harbour Park on Coral Street, Tweed Heads after a couple walking their dog found a man's body in a sleeping bag shortly before 11am today.A crime scene was established, and police are scouring the location for evidence as to what happened.The NSW State Crime Command's Homicide Squad is also helping with the investigation.The man is believed to be aged in his 50s, however he has not been formally identified.

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a train is parked on the side of the road: A crime scene has been declared and homicide detectives are investigating. (ABC News: Tom Forbes)© Provided by Australian Broadcasting Corporation A crime scene has been declared and homicide detectives are investigating. (ABC News: Tom Forbes)

The body of a man — believed to be aged in his 50s — has been found at Tweed Heads near the Queensland-New South Wales border, police say.

NSW police said they were treating the death of the man found at the Jack Evans Boat Harbour park as suspicious.

The man's body was found in a sleeping bag by a couple walking their dog about 11:00am.

Detective Chief Inspector Brendon Cullen said the man was found with "physical wounds".

"I won't go into any description about those wounds, but he has suffered injuries," he said.

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"The movements and the history of the victim is something that we are in the early stages of establishing.

"We are very keen to speak to any person that was in Jack Evans Boat Harbour yesterday evening and this morning who might have seen something or know anything about this.

"We do want to establish where this man is from and how he came to be in the state he is in now."

Jack Evans Boat Harbour Park and surrounding bushland is an area that is well known for its homeless population.

"It certainly is an aspect we will be looking at in this investigation," Inspector Cullen said.

He said the man was carrying identification and police were working to contact his next of kin.

A crime scene has been established and detectives, including members of the Homicide Squad, are investigating.

Charges laid after body found in sleeping bag

  Charges laid after body found in sleeping bag A man has been charged after a body was found in a park on the NSW North Coast last week. Emergency services were called to Jack Evans Boat Harbour Park, Tweed Heads just before midday on Friday after a couple walking their dog discovered a dead man in a sleeping bag.The dead man has since been identified as a 56-year-old who was believed to be sleeping in the park.A crime scene was set up and the NSW Police State Crime Command's Homicide Squad was called in to investigate.Just after 3pm yesterday, a 34-year-old man was arrested as he got off a bus at Wharf Street, Tweed Heads.

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Resident Kheloud O'Brian said the number of homeless people living in Tweed Heads was growing.

"There's always violence here, and it's often around drugs and alcohol, so they're constantly fighting each other most of the time," she said.

"There's more around — I met a 70-year-old [homeless] man the other day who had come from Bundaberg.

"Often they get pushed out, moved further out, and there's nothing for them or nowhere to go, so they just stick around where it is comfortable and familiar."

Last year, a nine-month-old baby girl was allegedly thrown into the water at Jack Evans Boat Harbour, and her body washed up on Surfers Paradise beach.

Her father was charged with murder.

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