ACT Policing has confirmed that a body found in Majura last Thursday is that of missing Evatt man Mr Andrew Carville, and that his death is being treated is suspicious.
Police have ruled out family as persons of interest.
Mr Carville was reported missing earlier this month. He was last seen at his Evatt home on the evening of November 4.
Police have issued at statement urging the public to report any information related to the case, no matter how small, to Crime Stoppers immediately.
“Even if you think what you know about this investigation is not relevant, let police make that decision. You may hold the missing piece we need to solve this investigation,” the statement reads.
“In relation to persons of interest; we have ruled out the family and we are following a number of lines of enquiry.
The Coroner’s report is not yet complete and may take several weeks, according to ACT Policing.
Last week ACT Policing appealed to the public to help locate the driver of a 1986 cream Toyota Landcruiser found at Molonglo Gorge (pictured).
The ute had been linked to the disappearance of Carville.
Police discovered his body at Majura after receiving information from the public that the vehicle had been seen in the vicinity around November 12.
Members of the public can be provide information to Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000 or via act.crimestoppers.com.au.