Body found in Mississauga park no longer deemed suspicious: police
The body of a man found in Mississauga Tuesday morning is no longer being considered suspicious, Peel Regional Police say.
Const. Bally Saini said officers were called to Sheridan Park, in the area of Sheridan Park Drive and Homelands Drive, around 8:15 a.m by a passerby who noticed an unresponsive male.
Officers arrived on scene and located the body of a 27-year-old man. He was pronounced dead on scene.
After an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death, police confirmed to Global News Tuesday afternoon that the incident is no longer being deemed suspicious.
Officers spoke to witnesses and canvassed the area.
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