Dead body of lacking German man present in Chanthaburi canal

Lost of a German man, who went missing from Laem Sing Beach two days in the past, was found in the Chanthaburi canal right now.
The Sawang Katanyu Rescue Team was notified at present at 9am by native fishermen that they discovered the body of the missing German man, Sebastian, within the Chantaburi Canal near Don Pradu Temple in the Chanthaburi province. Rescuers and police officers rushed to the scene. It took them about quarter-hour to fish the body out of the canal.
The id of the corpse matched the lacking German man, Sebastian. He wore only swimming pants whereas a water-resistant bag with his cellphone hung from his neck. The cellphone was reported to be low in battery strength. A police officer seized the telephone for additional investigation.
There were no wounds or any traces of assaults on Sebastian’s body. Police consider he drowned whereas making an attempt to swim to Koh Chula, which was about 1.5 kilometres away from Laem Sing Beach. His body was washed into the canal by waves.
Sebastian’s body was despatched to Phrapokklao Hospital for an autopsy. Police officers reported they might examine his telephone and the paperwork left in his baggage to further contact his relatives.
 
ORIGINAL STORY: German man disappears from seashore in central province of Thailand
A German man disappeared from Laem Sing Beach in the central province of Chanthaburi on Sunday after visiting the beach for sunbathing. Police believe he has drowned.
Thaweesak, the proprietor of a neighborhood food shop at the beach, notified the police after Sebastian, who was approximately 30 years previous, went missing. According to Thaweesak, the German man visited his shop at 1pm on February 19 and ordered a glass of Coca-Cola earlier than heading to the nearby seaside to sunbathe.
Sebastian requested Thaweesak to watch over his bicycle and belongings, indicating he would return to gather them. However, Sebastian failed to level out up and gather his possessions at 9pm, forcing Thaweesak to close his shop.
Thaweesak looked for Sebastian but only found a dark blue towel and a pair of sandals.
The store proprietor added that a swimming masks the German introduced with him was lacking, leading to hypothesis that he might have gone swimming or diving and drowned.
Police officers had been in a position to establish him by checking a bag he left at the restaurant which had a doc written in German with his identify on it. The particulars of the document have not been revealed.
A group of more than 20 rescuers and residents combed the 2-kilometre-long seaside from 10pm to 11pm in search of the lacking German man, however they have been unable to find him.
The rescue staff resumed their search the next day, scouring three close by islands – Koh Chula, Koh Noo, and Koh Nom Sao.
Local fishermen informed officers that they had positioned fishing nets in the sea near Koh Noo and Koh Nom Sao, making it unlikely that the German man had tried to swim to the islands.
One witness reported seeing the man conversing with one other person and gesturing towards Koh Chula, suggesting that he might have tried to visit the island. However, the search staff didn’t uncover any proof of him there.
Koh Chula is a small island without residents, lodging, or restaurants. Visitors usually go to the island for fishing and snorkelling to see coral reefs. The ferry takes about 30 minutes from Laem Sing Beach to the island.
Police and rescue group consider he might have drowned whereas swimming. Officers have quickly stopped trying to find the person however are still monitoring the situation..

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