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Young Man’s Body Found at Alley Pond Park, Cops Believe it was Suicide

Alley Pond Park (Photo: Parks Dept.)

May 19, 2022 By Christian Murray

A dead body was discovered near a children’s playground in Alley Pond Park Monday morning.

The body was found with a plastic bag over the victim’s head, according to police. The victim was described as a young man who police believe took his own life.

Cops were called to the playground, in the vicinity of Winchester Boulevard, at around 8:30 a.m. after a parkgoer made the discovery.

EMS were also called and the young man was declared dead at the scene.

A medical examiner is determining the exact cause of death.

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