Body found in ocean identified as a Prince George man

A body found in the ocean off Lasqueti Island November 1, has been identified as that of a Prince George man.

After an exhaustive post-mortem investigation involving the Coroners Service

Identification and Disaster Response Unit and with assistance from Oceanside RCMP

and the West Vancouver Police Dept., the man has been determined to be Kelly

Nordin, aged 61, of Prince George.

Nordin was the owner of the Keg Restaurant, which just recently re-opened following an extensive, and lengthy renovation.

Nordin’s body was found on Nov. 1 by two persons travelling on a  sailboat near the southern tip of Lasqueti Island. He was last known to be alive  on Oct. 24, 2012 and is believed to have gone into the water in the area of West Vancouver.

Foul play has been ruled out in the case.


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