Body found in Boylston, no foul play suspected
BOYLSTON, Mass. -- Authorities say the death of a man found in Boylston doesn't appear suspicious.
A spokesman for the Worcester district attorney tells The Telegram & Gazette the death doesn't involve foul play. The man's body was found Sunday in the Diamond Hill Avenue area, which is about half a mile north of the intersection of Routes 70 and 140.
State and local police, along with the fire department and EMS, responded to a call at 3:50 p.m. for a report of a "deceased adult male."
No name was released and police have not elaborated on exactly where the body was found or how it was discovered.
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