A missing 27-year-old is confirmed dead

The man was reported missing on Monday, and his body was discovered a few hours later. The cause of his death remains unknown

A 27-year-old who went missing after a party on Sunday night in Aalborg was found dead on Monday afternoon. The cause of death has not yet been determined, said North Jutland Police.

The man was first reported missing on Monday after he did not show up for work. A few hours later, his body was discovered southeast of Aalborg.

Investigation ongoing
The preliminary investigation has shown that the man was on the well-known Aalborg street of Jomfru Ane Gade at one o’clock on Sunday night. North Jutland Police are now trying to determine where he went next.

The police have asked anyone with information to contact them via 114.





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