Emergency services located a man's body in the Goulburn River last night, just south of Moira Rd.RIAHN SMITH October 9, 2013 9:54am
Search for Barry Iles called off October 4, 2013
Search for missing man Barry Iles to continue October 2, 2013
Search for missing man at Toolamba October 1, 2013
A body has been found during the search for Arcadia man Barry Iles, who did not return home from a drive in Toolamba bushland 11 days ago.
Shepparton Search and Rescue volunteers located a man in the Goulburn River about 2km south of Moira Rd about 6pm yesterday.
Police are yet to formally identify the body. A report is being prepared for the coroner.
More in tomorrow’s Shepparton News.
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