FALMOUTH (CBS) — A body that washed ashore in the Woods Hole neighborhood of Falmouth has been identified as a missing Marion hunter, according to the police.

At about 2:30 p.m. Sunday, an officer from the Massachusetts Environmental Police notified the Falmouth Police Department that a person had washed ashore in Woods Hole. Falmouth officers and the Falmouth Fire & Rescue Department were dispatched to the scene and confirmed the presence of a body, the police reported in a prepared statement.

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The body was identified as 21-year-old Dana Dourdeville of Marion, the Fairhaven Police announced in a prepared statement.  He was found by a volunteer civilian search party between the Cape Cod Canal and Woods Hole in the area of Penzance Point, the Fairhaven Polce said.

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The Brown University student had been missing since New Year’s Eve, when he went duck hunting. His kayak was found off West Island in Fairhaven.

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There was no evidence of trauma, and an autopsy will be conducted by the Massachusetts State Medical Examiner, the Fairhaven Police said.