Shah Alam, 40, was found dead at the camp on Monday afternoon. Shah Alam was son of late Syedul Amin and had hailed from Myanmar's Mangla area.
Rohingyas from the camp claimed that Shah Alam had bullet wound when entered Bangladesh from Myanmar.
Teknaf OC (Investigation) Sheikh Ashrafuzzaman said: “Teknaf police sent the body to Cox's Bazar Sadar morgue for autopsy around 3:30pm.”
He said: “We recovered the bullet-hit body of the Rohingya man. We could not figure out how and when he entered Bangladesh.”
Leda Rohingya Camp Management Committee Chairman Dudu Mia said: “Shah Alam had already been shot when he entered into Bangladesh territory early Monday. He took refuge in the camp where he died around 12pm.”