Body parts which were found inside a shark appear to belong to a man who disappeared off a Bahamas beach where one of the Jaws movies was filmed.
Police say fingerprints match those of Judson Newton, who swam for shore after his boat broke down in August.
The 3.6-metre (12ft) tiger shark was caught on 4 September by a local investment banker who was deep-sea fishing.
Whilst reeling it in, he said he saw a leg poking out of the shark’s mouth.
After cutting the creature open, defence force officers found a torso, two severed arms, and a right leg.
Authorities say they are still waiting for DNA tests to confirm they belong to Newton.