A body found in Malaysia near where missing Briton Gareth Huntley was last seen, is reportedly to have been located in the Mentawak River, some 20 yards from a kayak storage unit within the compound of the conservation camp Huntley volunteered in.
According to the Malaysian newspaper The Star, the body was behind a row of cabins which had been occupied by rescue operators over the last three days. The body was reportedly found in a nearby pond.
The Juara Turtle Camp has been cordoned off as a result, and has now become the site of a police investigation, the newspaper said.
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