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The body of a Dorset police inspector has been found washed ashore at an expensive seaside peninsula.
Police said the body of Insp Neil Munro, 43, was found along Panorama Road, nicknamed "Millionaire's Row", in Sandbanks, at about 0830 GMT.
A gardener is reported to have found the body under a jetty belonging to a multi-million pound seafront mansion.
Brittany Ferries confirmed a foot passenger of the same name had boarded one of their ferries on Wednesday.
Source - BBC
A commended police inspector has died after apparently jumping off a cross-Channel ferry, it was revealed today.
Inspector Neil Munro, 43, boarded the Brittany Ferries ship alone late last night in Poole, Dorset.
The married father-of-one - the third policeman thought to have killed himself in the space of four days - went overboard in Poole Harbour a short time after it set sail at 11.45pm.
His death follows the apparent suicides of police sergeant Richard Fuller, 55, who was found at his house near Calne, Wilts, on Monday after he shot himself with a rifle.
The following day Michael Todd, 50, the chief constable of Greater Manchester Police is thought to have committed suicide while walking in Snowdonia.
A TOP bodyguard of the Duchess of Cornwall was found dead at home yesterday in an apparent suicide.
Police Sgt Richard Fuller, 55, head of security at Camilla’s country home, is said to have blasted himself with a shotgun.
The married dad of three was on the brink of retirement.
His death has stunned pals and colleagues who said he had seemed happy.
The news was sent to the Duchess, who is on a Caribbean sailing holiday with husband Prince Charles.