A body has been found on a beach in Bali in the hunt for a missing musician from Australia.
Fears continued to grow for Jae Haydon after his broken surf board washed up near Uluwatu on Monday.
Authorities in Indonesia said three locals also went missing on the same day but they believe the body is that of the musician from Sydney.
Fears continued to grow for Jae Haydon after Indonesian authorities said a body had been foundiPhone transfer software
It was discovered on a beach in Bali in the hunt for a missing musician from Australia on Monday
Lifeguards discovered the body in the water near Padang Padang beach, in the island's south, on Monday evening and it has been taken to hospital.
The chief of the National Search and Rescue Agency, Ketut Gede Ardana, told the Daily Telegraph he understood Mr Haydon had been hit by a wave.
The body was found around 12 hours after Mr Haydon's surf board was found split in two pieces.
Friends and family have been pleading for information about Mr Haydon's well-being throughout the day.
A broken surf board identical to Mr Haydon's washed up near Uluwatu as lifeguards