UPDATE: Foul Play Not Suspected In Discovery Of Man's Body In Double Trouble State Park
Identification pending notice of next of kin, Ocean County Prosecutor's Office Says
There were no apparent indications of foul play in the discovery of a body of a man in his sixties in Double Trouble State Park, the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office says.
"The cause of death is pending an autopsy," said Executive Assistant Prosecutor Michel A. Paulhus. "It doesn't appear to be anything criminal."
Authorities from the Prosecutor's Office and the Ocean County Medical Examiner's Office were at the park off Pinewald-Keswick Road after midnight last night.
Information on the area of the 8,495 acre park the body was found in and the time the man was discovered are not yet available, Paulhus said.
The man's identification is being withheld until next of kin are notified, he said.
Come back to Berkeley Patch later for more information on this developing story.