Body on beach in Northern Ireland identified as man missing from fishing trip

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Body on beach in Northern Ireland identified as man missing from fishing trip

A body that washed up on a beach in Co Antrim, Northern Ireland, has been identified as a man who went missing during a fishing trip last month.

Jaroslaw Andrykiewicz, 38, was swept out to sea while fishing at Ramore Head in Portrush on 14 September.

He had been fishing with two Polish friends on rocks when he disappeared under the water, reports the BBC.

Mr Andrykiewicz had lived in Northern Ireland for six years, and worked at Gilfresh Produc as a supervisor.

The father-of-one's mother and brother arrived in Moy, County Tyrone, after his disappearance.

The Evening Standard reports that his remains were discovered at Carnlough on the north coast.

According to the Belfast Telegraph, Mr Andrykiewicz's had been desperate to recover his body so his remains could be returned to Poland.

The paper added that colleagues and friends had paid tributes to Jaroslaw, describing him as "very popular".


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