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Bone found at Maslin Beach identified as belonging to missing person

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A bone found at a beach south of Adelaide belongs to missing person Jesse Corigliano-Quealey, South Australian Police say.

The bone was found by a member of the public walking along Maslin Beach, about 40 kilometres south of Adelaide, on February 16.

It was handed in to police and has since been examined by forensic investigators.

SA Police said DNA confirmed it belonged to 30-year-old Mr Corigliano-Quealey, who went missing from Maslin Beach on October 9.

Police said his death was not considered suspicious, and that his family have been notified.

A report is being prepared for the state coroner.

A wide shot of emergency searchers and police standing out the front of Maslin Beach
Police attended the beach following the discovery.(ABC News: Ben Pettitt)

Last week, police said the discovery had prompted police to reopen several…



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