Body found at 1763 Monument still unidentified

The body of an unidentified male which was discovered on January 10 in the vicinity of the 1763 Monument has not yet been identified.

Eyewitnesses said the body bore no marks of violence and appeared to be of African descent; between the ages of 40 – 45 years old. Persons said the body, which was not decomposed, might have been at the location some hours before its discovery. Police ranks were seen in the area looking for evidence.
The body is currently at the Lyken’s Funeral Home.

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