Thunder Bay Police Crime Investigation Unit on Scene

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THUNDER BAY – The Thunder Bay Police Service Crime Scene Investigation Unit is investigating the discovery of a body along the walking trail on the McIntrye River between Russell and Carrick Streets.

First responders, including Superior EMS were called out after a 911 call of a person found on the river’s edge at about 9:30AM EDT this morning.

Update: Thunder Bay Police are reporting that the body is that of a male. They are stating that foul play is not suspected in the incident.

Sources are telling NNL that there was reportedly a large party at that location last night, with significant quantities of alcohol being consumed. It is not know if alcohol is being considered a factor in the death of the individual.

Update: The Thunder Bay Police have released the name of the person found deceased in the McIntyre River yesterday morning.

The deceased is 41 year old Stacey Lance DeBungie of Thunder Bay.

Stacey Lance DeBungie’s death has been deemed as non-criminal.


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