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Remains of body found in river sent for DNA testing

It will be some time before we will know if a body pulled from the St. Joseph River in South Bend can be identified. The coroner’s office says that they body pulled on May 28th may have been in the water for more than a week.

There was no identification and they were not able to get fingerprints. They also did not find any identifying features. ABC 57 News reports it could be a male in his mid- 40’s and that no trauma was found but foul play hasn’t been ruled out.

Bones have been sent for DNA Analysis.

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