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Headless body found.

Byline: By Wales on Sunday

A headless body was found in the sea in North Wales yesterday. The Coastguard on Anglesey were still trying to retrieve the body from the Bull Bay area last night.

It is understood to be a dead diver as there was an air cylinder attached to the body.

A spokesman for North Wales Police said yesterday: 'There has been an incident in Bull Bay off Anglesey where a diver's body has been found in the sea.'

The bay is a popular site for divers, but they are warned to stay within Bull Bay, and advised to dive with someone who knows the site as there are strong tides outside it.
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Publication:Wales On Sunday (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Apr 25, 2004
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