Body of man who went missing in Scotland found in Denmark

Body of man who went missing in Scotland found in Denmark

The body of a man who went missing in Aberdeenshire in Scotland earlier this year has been found on a beach in Denmark.

A search operation was launched for Aivars Kajaks in August, having last been seen in Peterhead.

Officers were alerted to the discovery of remains at a beach by authorities in Denmark.

Aivars Kajaks was last seen in Peterhead in August (Police Scotland/PA)
Aivars Kajaks was last seen in Peterhead in August (Police Scotland/PA)

These have since been confirmed as those of the 44-year-old.

Police Scotland said there do not appear to be any suspicious circumstances.

A report will be sent to the procurator fiscal.

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