BREAKING NEWS Out Of SAN DIEGO

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A decomposed body was found stuffed inside a 55-gallon drum floating in the San Diego bay.

The drum, which appeared to be anchored to a wire line tied to three concrete blocks was discovered by a man who was cleaning his boat.

He immediately reported the drum as navigational hazard to Harbor Police, but they were unsuccessful at locating the floating object, CBS 8 reported.

The man, who wishes to remain anonymous went back out in his dingy a couple hours later and said that he noticed the drum was clean and had a hazmat tag.

The drum was towed back to the marina and when authorities took a look at it they noticed and awful stench emanating from a sealed barrel.

The barrel was pulled out of the water and loaded onto a truck where it is being looked at by a medical examiner, Fox News reports.

Captain Eric Thunberg of the Chula Vista Police Department said the age and gender of the person is unclear.

“This is not normal,” Thunberg told CBS 8. “We have a body crammed inside a barrel, that is not normal. Something went wrong.”

Police said the death is being investigated as a homicide.

Authorities right now are holding off on saying whether the discovery is linked to any missing persons cases.

“Certainly understand the need for closure for families and the hope; however, it’s premature to even articulate who might in the barrel,” Thunberg told CBS 8.

“DEVELOPING: body found 55-gallon drum in bay transported to medical examiner

“Families of missing loved ones are anxious. investigating a body in a 55-gallon drum in the after post game.”

“- investigate body found stuffed in a drum floating in the . Concrete tethered to barrel, gender unknown @ 10″

Terrible.

 

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Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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