Did Briton missing in Bali fake his own death?

Mail Online | 1/23/2020 | Sophie Tanno For Mailonline
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Police are investigating whether a British entrepreneur who mysteriously vanished in Bali could have faked his own death, amid fears he plummeted from a cliff edge.

The 39-year-old's belongings and a note to his ex girlfriend were found at the beauty spot near the Selonding Temple in Pecatu Village, Bali on Monday morning.

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A body is yet to be recovered from the scene despite extensive searches of the area and officials on the island are now exploring the possibility that Mr Roth, believed to be from Southampton, could still be alive.

The mystery over his disappearance deepened today after it emerged that police in Australia wanted to speak to a man over a fraud report dating back to 2008.

Mr - Roth - New - South - Wales

When asked about Mr Roth, a New South Wales police spokesman said: 'Investigators are yet to formally speak to the man who left the country.'

Meanwhile, a website claiming to uncover scams yields many results for Ryan Roth, who according to posts on the website also goes by the name 'Ryan Flynn' and is known for scamming people out of money in several countries as far flung as the United States, Australia and France.

Morning - Officials - Island - Body - Search

This morning officials on the island said they had yet to discover a body in the search for Mr Roth.

Hari Adi Purnomo, head of the Denpasar search team, told Australian outlet 9News: 'We haven't confirmed whether he fell, suicide, or leave the location safe.'

Concern - Mr - Roth - Well - Motorbike

Concern for Mr Roth's well being was sparked after an abandoned motorbike was seen parked on cliff tops at Pecatu Village and closer to the cliff edge a bag filled with a helmet, a bottle of spirit and a letter to his former lover were found.

The note said: 'I'm sorry Alice. I'm the man you fell in love with but past things I never did maybe you...
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