Human flesh remains found inside two crocodiles in a remote part of northern Queensland in Australia are suspected to be parts of a missing 65-year-old fisherman, Kevin Darmody.
Darmody was fishing with friends by the Kennedy River in Rinyirru Lakefield National Park on Saturday afternoon when he suddenly disappeared, SkyNews reported on Wednesday.
His friends reported hearing him yelling for help after a loud splash but did not see the attack.
Authorities believed that the human remains found in the two crocodiles which measured 4.1m (13.4ft) and 2.8m (9.1ft), and shot dead by rangers upstream from where the victim vanished are of the fisherman.
Queensland Police said, “Human remains were located within two crocodiles euthanised by Department of Environment and Science wildlife officers.
“Police believe the remains are those of the missing 65-year-old Laura man, pending the formal identification process.
“Officers believe the two crocodiles (4.1m and 2.8m) were involved in an incident with the 65-year-old and were located upstream from where he was last seen.
“Search and rescue operations in Lakefield have been discontinued at this time. Police will now prepare a report for the coroner.”