Police plea over River Tay body find at Broughty Ferry

Police have appealed for help in identifying a man whose body was pulled from the River Tay at Broughty Ferry.

The discovery was made a short distance from the shoreline between Broughty Castle and the Broughty Ferry Lifeboat Station on Friday.

Police Scotland said the man was white, aged between 40 and 50, about 6ft tall, stocky, with thick greying stubble.

He was wearing a red waterproof jacket, woollen snood around his neck, black fingerless gloves and green trousers.

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