Police searching for a British tourist missing in Australia have found a body in a creek near where he was last seen.
Aslan King, 25, went missing in the early hours of Saturday while on a camping trip in the state of Victoria.
His friends believe he may have had a seizure.
Mr King, an illustrator from Brighton, only moved to Australia a fortnight ago.
Police said they had not yet formally identified the body – found in the Princetown area of Victoria – but they believe it is Mr King.
In a statement, they said: “The body was located about 10.15am this morning in a creek just over a kilometre from the camping ground where Aslan was last seen.
“Investigators will prepare a report for the coroner. Police would like to thank the public and media for their assistance during the search.”
Mr King is said to have hit his head on the ground before quickly getting up and rushing into the thick bushland around the camp.
He and four friends had been staying near a popular tourist site known as the Twelve Apostles – a collection of rocks rising out of the sea near Princeton, about 100 miles southwest of Melbourne.
A helicopter, sniffer dogs, thermal imaging cameras and police on horseback were all being used to try to find him.
Police said the thickness of the vegetation, deep waters and the rocky clifftops were making the search difficult.
The area is also known for having a large number of deadly tiger snakes.
Mr King’s friends and family had described his disappearance as “completely out of character”.