On Wednesday, 18th July 2012, a man was found deceased on the shoreline of Cockles Sand, Exmouth. This area is a short distance from the Exe Estuary Cycle Path that runs between Exmouth and Lympstone. The man remains unidentified.

He is described as follows:

White skin, aged approximately in his 50s or 60s, around five foot eight to six feet tall. He is of medium to stocky build, has short greying hair, similar to a crew cut that is growing out and a reddy-brown moustache. The man has a three-inch scar on his lower abdomen which is possibly from an appendix removal.

He was wearing navy Levi jeans with a blue stain on the right hand back pocket, black Reebok trainers (with Reebok written in white along the sole), a black T-shirt, a blue, green and white chequered shirt, black socks, and a chunky black belt with silver engraved trim.

If anyone recognises this male or has any information that may help Police to identify this male please can they contact Police on 101 quoting reference KE/12/1669.