This is the popular young Polish man who is believed to have frozen to death in Buncrana last night.
The remains of the victim, named locally as Muriusz Ejdys, were discovered in the Old Mill at around 8.30pm.
Mr Ejdys, who was in his 30s, was well-known in the town where he had lived for a number of years.
Donegal has been hit by sub-zero temperatures and freezing fog for the past number of nights.
There are fears Mr Ejdys, known locally as Mario, may have fallen asleep at the Old Mill.
It is also suspected that alcohol may have been a factor in Mr Edjys death.
A Garda forensics team arrived at the scene on Thursday morning and sealed off the area.
The remains of Mr Ejdys were transferred to Letterkenny University Hospital where a postmortem was due to be carried earlier today.
Sinn Fein county councillor Jack Murray said his sympathy went out to Mr Ejdys’ family.
He added: “The entire community is just in shock at the news a young man has been found dead in our community.
“The thoughts and prayers of everyone goes out to him and his family.”
There had been social media speculation Mr Ejdys had been arrested shortly before his death.
However, it is understood he had been detained for a minor public order offence but was released from custody on November 17.
Gardai confirmed an investigation has been launched following the discovery of Mr Ejdys’ body.
A spokesman added: “This incident is not being treated as suspicious at this time.”
A spokesman for the Garda Ombudsman said the matter had not been referred to them.