THE body of a man has been pulled from the sea in the Malaga town of Torremolinos, Costa del Sol.
Emergency services were called to El Bajondillo beach where they found the body of the victim floating about 50 metres from the shore.
Members of the Guardia Civil, Maritime Rescue, National Police, Local Police and paramedics attended the scene.
The body was then taken to Puerto Marina by a Sea Rescue boat.
The man, aged around 30, was initially thought to have drowned, but it appears he had suffered several blows to the face, with injuries on his chin, eyes and nose. Official sources said the body had the appearance of having been in the sea for several days, as reported in the SUR.
SUR sources report that the victim appears to be a Caucasian man in his 30’s, and was wearing grey tracksuit bottoms and a brown t-shirt when found. He was not carrying any documentation.
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