Officers searching for missing man Konrad Broda find a body
The body of a man, believed to be that of missing man Konrad Broda, has been found in a field.
Officers carrying out extensive searches to find the missing man, a Polish national, discovered the body near to Normanton-on-Trent, East Bassetlaw.
Police are exploring the circumstances surrounding his death and cannot currently confirm whether or not his death is suspicious.
Officers continue to carry out enquiries at the scene.
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Mr Broda, 21, attended a party at Holly Farm, Low Marnham, on Saturday evening with a number of friends and at some point during the evening said he was stepping outside for a cigarette.
He did not return to the party and was reported missing at around 7pm on Sunday.
Police carried out extensive searches at outbuildings, several addresses, and the surrounding countryside, before discovering a body this afternoon.
Mr Broda, who lived in Hallowgate Lane, High Marnham, worked as a fork lift truck driver.
On the night he went missing, Mr Broda was wearing a black jacket, blue jeans and black Adidas trainers. He was white, 6ft 1inch tall, with shaven head and green eyes. He was slim with a fair complexion.
Anyone who has any information about the circumstances leading up to his suspected death, or anyone who may have seen him after he went missing, is urged to contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101.