Male body recovered from Lake Ontario in St. Catharines

Niagara police say the male body was found around 9:30  yesterday (Friday) morning off the Waterfront Trail in Spring Gardens Park between Geneva St. and Vine St.

It was discoverd by members of the Underwater Search and Recovery unit.

Police say the circumstances surrounding the death are under investigation by the #1 District Detective Office with assistance from the Forensic Services Unit, and in cooperation with the Office of the Chief Coroner

 

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