Body found in ocean near Solana Beach

By City News Service

The body of a man appearing to be in his 50s was found in the ocean by a swimmer in Solana Beach early Sept. 20, authorities said.

The swimmer reported the discovery off Fletcher Cove Beach Park at 7:45 a.m., according to San Diego County sheriff’s Lt. Scott Amos.

The San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Office was en route to pick up the body and determine the cause of death, Amos said.

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