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Man's dead body found in Anigua

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - The Guam Police Department launches a death investigation after a man was found dead behind AutoSpot in Anigua this morning. Police Spokesperson Officer Aj Balajadia said, "We received a call about this morning of a possible body behind AutoSpot and when officers responded they located a male individual possibly in late 20s to early 30's."

While Criminal Investigation Division agents had been activated Balajadia says there doesn't appear to be any signs of foul play. At this time they are waiting for an autopsy to be performed to determine the exact cause of death. Meanwhile KUAM spoke with Derrick Muna Quinata, the owner of AutoSpot, he said an employee found the man with the building's water hose still running. He said it appeared as if he had been showering. Quinata says they leave the restroom open and water hose available as homeless people frequent the area and use them.

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