- Police said they have recovered a suicide note
- Phone number, request to inform his family mentioned in note
- Heath Allan was a resident of Westmead in Sydney, police said
A 33-year-old Australian man was found hanging from a tree inside a forest in Bihar's Bodh Gaya, one of the most important Buddhist pilgrimage sites and popular with international tourists. The police also say they have recovered a suicide note that mentioned a phone number and a request that his sister be informed about his death.
Heath Allan was a resident of Westmead, a suburb of Sydney, police said.
When some locals were passing by the forest this morning, they were shocked to find a man hanging from a tree. They informed the police who rushed to the spot.
The police found his bag, a diary and water bottle near his body.
The body has been sent to Anugrah Narayan Magadh Medical College and Hospital, Gaya for post-mortem, an officer said.