Police find man’s body in Loch Lomond

A man’s body has been found in Loch Lomond after police were called to reports of an empty boat having ran aground.

The officers were alerted at around 2pm on Sunday after an empty boat was discovered at the shoreline near to the Cameron House Hotel.

Police searched the water and found the body of a man, who has yet to be identified.

His death is being treated as unexplained and police are carrying out inquiries.

Police near Cameron House Hotel
The body was found in the water near Cameron House Hotel (Les Gallagher/The Sun Glasgow)

A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Around 2pm on Sunday, April 7, Police Scotland were notified of a rigid inflatable boat which had been found run aground near to Cameron House Hotel.

“Officers attended and subsequently the body of an as yet unidentified man was recovered from the water a short distance away in Loch Lomond.

“The death is being treated as unexplained at this time and significant inquiries are under way to establish the circumstances of this incident.”

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