Police have confirmed that a body of a man has been pulled from the water in Swansea Marina.
Emergency services were called to a site in SA1 at around 4.30pm on August 19.
The death is not thought to be supicious, officers said.
A spokeswoman for South Wales Police said: “South Wales Police was called at around 4.30pm on Thursday, August 19, following reports of a man’s body in the water at Swansea Marina.
“Officers responded to the incident along with Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service and HM Coastguard. T are no apparent suspicious circumstances at this time and HM Coroner has been advised.”
A spokesman for Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service said: ” Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service deployed a Swift Water Rescue Team from Swansea Central Fire Station to Swansea Marina following reports of a man’s body in the water at the marina. Police and Ambulance Service were also in attendance.”
Firefighters left the scene at 6.14pm.
The name and age of the deceased has not yet been disclosed by police.
While officers have said they do not believe the incident is suspicious, their investigations will still be passed on to the coroner – who will try and establish the exact circumstances surrounding the man’s death.
An inquest into the death is expected to be opened in the coming days, before being adjourned to a full hearing at a later date.
Source: Wales Online