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Report of body found in Elmwood yard

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Police were investigating at 611 Harbison Ave. East in Winnipeg Sunday. There were reports that a male was found dead in the backyard.

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Police were investigating at 611 Harbison Ave. East in Winnipeg Sunday. There were reports that a male was found dead in the backyard. Photo Store

Police are investigating an incident outside of a home in Elmwood.

A source told the Free Press the body of a man was found in the rear of 611 Harbison Ave. East late Sunday afternoon. The source said it's believed the man had been dead for several hours.

Police tape has cordoned off several homes on the block and in the back alley. The investigation appears to be focused on an outdoor area near the garage belonging to 611 Harbison.

Police have not confirmed the death or been reachable for comment.

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