Body found in search for millionaire’s missing son Alexander Stern, 36, after disappearing near George Clooney’s house – The Sun
A BODY has been found in the search of a millionaire's son who went missing near George Clooney's home.
Alexander Stern, 36, was last near the the Hollywood star’s £12m mansion, in Sonning, Berkshire, in January.
The body has not formally been identified.
Thames Valley Police said: "On Friday, a body was seen in the river in Charvil.
"It was later retrieved and although formal identification has not yet taken place, it is now believed to be that of Alexander Stern, who was last seen in Sonning on Saturday, 11 January this year.
"The death is being treated as unexplained but not suspicious and a file is being prepared for the coroner.
"Alexander’s next of kin has been informed and is being supported at this time. They wish to express their gratitude to the community for their support throughout this difficult time."
Mr Stern is the son of stationery tycoon Ronald Stern – who is famed as one of Britain’s top Ferrari collectors.
He sold one of the Italian supercars for £21million.
The Stern family live in an £8million home in Hampstead, London, while Alexander had moved to upmarket Kensington, where he had a business.
Alexander, who is thought to be boss of a property company, was last seen on a CCTV a at The Bull pub in the exclusive village.
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