Body pulled from Thames River in Dover Township, foul play not suspected
Chatham-Kent police do not suspect foul play was involved after a body was found in the Thames River Friday.
Police along with Chatham-Kent firefighters removed the person from the river in Dover Township around 6:50 p.m.
The body was then taken to the London Health Science Centre for a forensic autopsy.
Police say officers do not suspect foul play and public safety is not a concern.
Chatham-Kent police are sending condolences to the family and friends of the person found.
Police say the person’s identity will not be released out of respect to the family.
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