New Zealand police believe they have found the body of a young Czech reported missing on Christmas Eve. The dead body, found at Castle Rock, south of Castlepoint, has yet to be identified by the missing man’s family, but the description fits that of 34-year-old Miroslav Tvaroh who left home early on December 24th and failed to return. His partner informed the police who together with volunteers from the local surf club battled against strong winds in search of the missing man.
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