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26-Year-Old Man Found Dead Wrapped in Bloody Sheets in Flushing Apartment

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Sept. 20, 2021 By Christian Murray

A 26-year-old man was found dead inside his girlfriend’s apartment in a high-end Flushing condo building Sunday night.

Police were called to do a wellness check on Justin Lee at around 7:30 p.m. and found his body wrapped in bloody sheets in his girlfriend’s bed at 138-35 39th Ave.

His body was discovered lying face up under a quilt and pillow. Lee, who is a resident of Bay Terrace, had blood on his face in what appears to have been a head wound, according to police.

The exact cause of death will be determined by the Medical Examiner.

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