The NSW Police search for more bones in waters off Flynns Beach and Nobbys Beach in Port Macquarie has been suspended.
Three human bones were initially uncovered in the water near Flynns Beach and Flat Rock by spearfishermen on June 15 and June 17.
NSW Police divers were also sent into the water to continue the search on June 16 and June 22.
The search has since been suspended without further results.
A NSW Police spokesperson said it cannot be confirmed if divers will be returning to the water.
"An investigation is ongoing following the discovery of human bones in waters off Port Macquarie beaches," said the NSW Police spokesperson.
"Police attached to the Mid North Coast Police District with the assistance of police divers have undertaken a search of the water near Flynns Beach and Flat Rock, Port Macquarie."
Forensic analysis is ongoing with no expected date for the results, according to the spokesperson.
The three bones have been sent for forensic analysis before being matched to missing person records in the area.
Several people have gone missing in the area over the last five years.
Englishman Hugo Palmer, 20 and Frenchman Erwan Ferrieux, 21 disappeared, believed drowned, off Shelly Beach in February 2019.
In 2017, Bronson Rhodes lost his life in the waters at Flynns Beach.
The investigation is ongoing.
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