By Levi Parsons For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 09:12 GMT, 22 January 2021 | Updated: 09:12 GMT, 22 January 2021
The family of a snorkeller thought to be the victim of a shark attack have opened up about his tragic disappearance.
Victorian father Duncan Craw, who would have turned 33 today, went missing in waters off Surfers Way near Port MacDonnell in the south-east of South Australia on a camping trip on Thursday afternoon.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
A damaged wetsuit and flippers, believed to belong to the missing man, were found by PolAir and Police Water Operations members on Friday morning.
Victorian father Duncan Craw (pictured) thought to have been the victim of a shark attack
'It's also impossible to fully explain the hole this will leave behind in the lives of all the relatives and friends who love Duncan,' Mr Craw's family wrote in a statement.
'We wish this was all a bad dream.
'He was a cheerful, loving, helpful son. He was a kind and cheeky brother to his sisters. He was a fun-loving, mischievous and supportive mate who had a heart of gold.
'We will never forget Duncan and we will make sure his memory lives on.'
Limestone Coast police operations manager Inspector Campbell Hill said two sharks including one large Great White