Canadian authorities say they have positively identified the body of a man found on a skiff that was located Friday off Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, but they aren’t releasing the name.

The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office said Friday that the body is believed to be that of Dana Moy, 31, who has been missing from his Long Island home for about a week. The skiff that was found by the Canadian Coast Guard is named Low Expectations, which is owned by Moy and has been missing from his slip in a Long Island marina since early this past week.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Cpl. Andrew Joyce said Saturday that the body has been positively identified, but he said the agency’s policy is not to release the name of deceased people.

Joyce said Canadian authorities “have a good idea” of how the man died, but refused to say what they believe is the cause of death of the man in the skiff. He also declined to say when the body would be returned to the U.S. if it is Moy.

“At this time, it’s not considered suspicious,” Joyce said of the death, “but it is still under investigation.”

Moy, a lobsterman, was last seen a week ago Saturday or Sunday riding his bike. The bike was found near the marina where his boat had been tied up and the sheriff’s office said Moy left behind a note for friends and family members saying they wouldn’t find him alive.

Sheriff’s officials said they didn’t consider it a suicide note, but there were “innuendos” in it that Moy planned to harm himself.

Sheriff’s deputies searched Long Island on Wednesday and a Maine Marine Patrol plane made passes over Casco Bay Thursday and Friday, looking for him. The U.S. Coast Guard said it didn’t have enough information about where Moy might be to launch a search, but patrols were asked to look for his skiff. Boaters, fishermen and harbormasters along the coast were also asked to watch for Moy’s boat.

The skiff was found late Friday afternoon about 12 miles offshore from the Nova Scotia town.

Calls to the sheriff’s detectives handling the case Saturday were not returned.