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HomeUncategorizedMan missing from Brookvale found dead in Dee Why Lagoon

Man missing from Brookvale found dead in Dee Why Lagoon

The body of the man who went missing from Brookvale last July has been found at Dee Why lagoon.

Hsiu ‘Jason’ Kuo, aged 82, was last seen leaving a licensed premises on Pittwater Road at Brookvale about 10.30pm Monday, 20 July 2020.

It is understood the man may have suffered dementia.

Police renewed calls for missing man Jason Kuo in August. His body was located on Friday.

The Neutral Bay man’s body was located on the shore of the lagoon by a member of the public last Friday.
A report will be prepared for the information of the Coroner, however his death is not being treated as suspicious.

Manly Observer sought permission from the family, via police, before releasing his name and photo.

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