Police were unable to immediately determine the identity of a body that was found floating in the sea yesterday off Tuen Mun. The corpse was spotted shortly after midnight near Lung Kwu Tan Road by a fisherman, who subsequently called emergency services. The deceased was a bald man, aged between 20 and 30, who was thought to have died about five days before the discovery of the body. The body was clad in a grey and white striped T-shirt and blue jeans. No identification or valuables were found on the body. Police said it may have been carried by the tide from Shenzhen, as a bag containing tablets from a pharmacy in the city was found in a pocket of the jeans. A police investigator said a post-mortem examination failed to provide any clues as to the cause of death, adding more tests would be carried out. The officer said there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the discovery of the body. A deep cut near the deceased's ankle was likely caused by a boat propeller while the body was drifting, he said. Detectives from Castle Peak police station were conducting further investigations.