Lothian and Borders police are appealing for witnesses after a man's body was found in water near to the Scottish Borders town of Selkirk. He has not yet been identified.
In a statement a police spokesperson said:
"Lothian and Borders Police responded to The Cauld, near Ettrickhaugh Road in Selkirk at around 11.40am on Tuesday 2nd October after a body was found within the water.
"Efforts are now underway to recover the body and determine the circumstances surrounding this death."
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