Body of missing man found in Tambunan forest

KOTA KINABALU: The body of a man who went missing in the forest in Sabah's Tambunan district has been found.

A Fire and Rescue Services Department spokesman said the 40-year-old victim was found in a ravine at 10.28am on Sunday (Nov 19).

He said the victim's body was found about 3km away from the search and rescue command centre at Kampung Monsok Tengah.

The spokesman said that the victim was reported missing at about 9am on Nov 17 after the victim's brother found his motorcycle in the forest and a search operation was launched immediately.

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