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Body found at marina

Tweed Police Superintendent Michael Kenny confirms to the media that a body was found this morning by police divers.
Tweed Police Superintendent Michael Kenny confirms to the media that a body was found this morning by police divers.

THE body of a 37-year-old pregnant woman, who was reported missing at the weekend, has been found at a Tweed Heads marina.

Police divers found the body of Prashila Wilson early today, nearby they luxury boat she disappeared from.

Tweed Police Superintendent Michael Kenny told the media that police were called to the Ivory Coast Marina at about 11.30pm on Saturday after her defacto partner reported her missing.

Supt Kenny said Ms Wilson could not swim and was six months pregnant.

"Police searched of the area that evening and on Sunday," Supt Kenny said.

"On Sunday night police divers from Sydney arrived and started their search of the marina on Monday morning.

"At around 11.30am a deceased woman was found in the marina."

Supt Kenny said detectives would continue their investigations into the death.

"The body will be taken to Newcastle where a post-mortem examination will be conducted," he said.



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