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Body Discovered In Water

Authorities are trying to identify a body found in the White River late Thursday. 

IMPD Homicide detectives were dispatched to West New York Street & North White River Parkway to investigate a body in the water.

A passerby believed he say an object floating in the water that appeared to be a body. IMPD officers arrived a short time later and located the body close to the shoreline.

Officials said it appeared the body had been in the water longer than a couple of hours.

 

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