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Police are investigating after a man was found seriously injured in the CBD of a town on the south coast of NSW on Tuesday morning. The man later died of his injuries at Shoalhaven Hospital. A large area of ​​the Nowra CBD is cordoned off while police and detectives investigate the crime scene. Police said emergency services were called to Nowra Lane near Worrigee Street in Nowra just before 4:20 a.m. on Tuesday, January 4, after a man was reportedly found unconscious with injuries to his abdomen. South Coast Police District officials were on the scene first and began resuscitation before the NSW Ambulance medics arrived. Despite her best efforts, the man died a short time later in Shoalhaven Hospital. He has yet to be officially identified. Forensic specialists investigate the crime scene. The investigation into the incident is ongoing and the police are asking everyone to report with information or a dashcam view from the area. Contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000 or online.

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Police are investigating after a man was found seriously injured in the CBD of a town on the south coast of NSW on Tuesday morning.

The man later died of his injuries at Shoalhaven Hospital.

A large area of ​​the Nowra CBD is cordoned off while police and detectives investigate the crime scene.

Police said emergency services were called to Nowra Lane near Worrigee Street in Nowra just before 4:20 a.m. on Tuesday, January 4, after a man was reportedly found unconscious with injuries to his abdomen.

South Coast Police District officials were on the scene first and began resuscitation before the NSW Ambulance medics arrived. Despite her best efforts, the man died a short time later in Shoalhaven Hospital. He has yet to be officially identified.

Forensic specialists investigate the crime scene.

The investigation into the incident is ongoing and the police are asking everyone to report with information or a dashcam view from the area. Contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000 or online.