The death of a man whose body was found in water at Albany’s Eyre Park has been ruled non-suspicious by police. Acting Det. Sen. Sgt Chris Marston of Albany detectives said on Monday that a report was being prepared for the Coroner after Friday’s tragedy. A 64-year-old Albany man was found dead in the water at the park by a member of the public. Albany detectives and forensic officers were investigating the circumstances surrounding the man’s sudden death on Friday. Police were also searching for information about the man’s whereabouts before he was found dead. Act. Det. Sen. Sgt Marston confirmed late on Friday that the matter was not being treated as a homicide investigation. On Monday he said investigations determined the man’s death was not suspicious. “Albany detectives will be completing a coronial investigation and submitting that,” Act. Det. Sen. Sgt Marston said. “There are no suspicious circumstances in relation to this sudden death.” The man was found unresponsive in the water at Eyre Park at about 8am by a morning walker, sparking a huge police presence at the popular family spot. His body was retrieved by forensic officers before 10.30am. Forensic officers and detectives spent most of Friday at the scene, while uniformed police knocked on the doors of nearby homes for any information or CCTV footage. Police also spoke to members of the nearby Middleton Beach Bowling and Community Club. Eyre Park was closed for most of Friday, and Garden Street was cordoned off, with the area reopened on Friday evening. Eyre Park is a popular spot with families with playgrounds and a basketball court and also has walking paths around the water.