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Autopsy fails to ID male body found in Rindge

By PAUL FEELY
New Hampshire Union Leader

July 11. 2018 9:42PM




RINDGE — State police and the Attorney General’s office say an autopsy performed on a body found in Rindge on Tuesday failed to yield a positive identification of the deceased adult male.

The body was found Tuesday alongside Route 119 in Rindge by a resident jogging through the area, New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald and New Hampshire State Police Col. Christopher Wagner said in a news release.

According to the release, an autopsy performed Wednesday on the body of the deceased adult male by Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Jennie V. Duval failed to positively identify the victim. Dental records will be used in an attempt to make an identification, a process which may take several days, officials said.

On Tuesday, state police searched an area located approximately 20 to 40 feet from the side of Route 119, where the body was found.

No further information was available Wednesday night.

pfeely@unionleader.com


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