Aurora man dead, body pulled from Lake Huron: police

Police say the body of a 23-year-old missing swimmer from Aurora has been found and was taken out of the water this morning.

Search ends after missing swimmer Garrett Lewis, 23, was found this morning

The search for a missing swimmer has ended after crews began looking for the man Thursday evening.

Police say the body of a missing swimmer from the Toronto area has been found in Lake Huron.

Investigators say the body of 23-year-old Garrett Lewis was pulled from the water off the shores of the Saugeen First Nation at approximately 7:45 a.m. ET Sunday.

The Aurora man was last seen in a rocky area of the water near a private cottage and a search for him began Thursday evening.

The search involved a variety of agencies including crews scouring the area by air and underwater as well as the public.

An autopsy has been scheduled.


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