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The body of a missing 19-year-old has been located by New South Wales Police in the waters at Port Kembla.

It is believed that the man was swept off the rocks earlier this week while fishing in the state’s south on Monday 25 April 2022.

Police report that emergency services were called to Hill 60 Headland at about 3:45pm by the man’s friends before the pair attempted to rescue the man without success.

The men were rescued from the water with minor injuries, by witnesses and lifesavers.

Officers from Lake Illawarra Police District initiated a search for the missing man and were assisted by Surf Life Saving NSW, Marine Area Command, PolAir, Marine Rescue NSW, NSW Ambulance, and the Toll Ambulance Rescue Helicopter.

Due to fading light and deteriorating conditions, the search was suspended shortly before 6pm. The search resumed on Tuesday and continued yesterday until around 1pm when the man’s body was located by police in waters near the scene where he disappeared.

It is believed that the body, which is still yet to be formally identified, is that of the missing 19-year-old angler.

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