Thomas Poulsen was reported missing by his family. Police say he has been found deceased. (VicPD)

UPDATED: Missing man last seen near Topaz Park found deceased

VicPD says death is not suspicious, family has been notified

The Victoria Police Department says a high-risk missing man has been found deceased.

Thomas Poulsen, 26, was the subject of a missing person alert earlier this week.

READ ALSO: Victoria Police Department outlines what it means to be a ‘high risk’ missing person

Poulsen was last seen on April 10, near Topaz Park.

According to police, Poulsen had several outstanding orders and the circumstances under which he went missing were considered high risk.

The death is not suspicious and his family has been notified.

VicPD extended “heartfelt condolences” to his friends and family.



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