Autopsy on BBC presenter reveals no signs of foul play, sources say

A Rhodes coroner has completed an autopsy on the body of British doctor and BBC presenter Michael Mosley, sources said on Monday, finding no injuries consistent with a possible criminal act.

The presenter’s remains were found in a rocky area of Agia Marina beach on the island of Symi on Sunday, after a search lasting several days. The cause of death could not be determined, the sources said, due to the body’s advanced state of decay.

The 68-year-old had been missing since the previous Wednesday, and a search on land and in the air had been extended to the entire island after no trace of the missing presenter was found in the areas around Agios Nikolaos beach. Michael Mosley was holidaying on the island at the time he went missing, and was returning on foot from an inaccessible beach after going for a swim.