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Body found at retention pond in northwest Winnipeg

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Police officers investigate after the body of a man was found by a retention pond in northwest Winnipeg Friday morning.

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Police officers investigate after the body of a man was found by a retention pond in northwest Winnipeg Friday morning. Photo Store

Police are investigating after the body of a man was found next to a retention pond in northwest Winnipeg Saturday morning.

The Woodsworth Park pond is just south of Selkirk Avenue, east of King Edward Street.

Several officers were at the scene Saturday morning.

Police were not commenting on whether foul play was suspected.

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Updated on Saturday, August 24, 2013 at 8:16 AM CDT: Added detail.

9:33 AM: Photo added

9:35 AM: story updated

3:28 PM: edited, added details

3:36 PM: Edited lede

3:53 PM: Edited, altered sentences.

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