Unknown man found dead on Duvall city property Wednesday

  • Thursday, March 8, 2018 11:27am
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The Duvall Police Department, Coalition of Small Police Agencies partners, and the Washington State Patrol’s Crime Lab have completed collecting evidence in their investigation into the suspicious death of an unknown man in Duvall March 7.

The man was reported to police and fire agencies around noon Wednesday, March 7, on city-owned property in the 26500 block of NE 145th Street. He was found dead, under suspicious circumstances.

City staff report that the man has been identified and is not a Duvall resident. Police confirmed that the man is unknown to them.

“This is an unusual event in our community; and we want our residents in the area and throughout the City to know that they are safe” said Lieutenant Sabourin from Duvall Police.

The cause of death remains undetermined. Detectives will continue to work the case and additional details will be provided when possible.

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