Body found in Central Saanich waste recycling facility deemed non-suspicious

A body discovered at a waste recycling facility in Central Saanich last week belongs to a man in his 20s, the BC Coroners Service has confirmed.

The body was discovered Nov. 12 and is now under investigation by the coroners service, which aims to discover how, where, when and by what means the man died.

Police say the death is not suspicious.

READ ALSO: Teenage girl’s sudden death in Langford prompts B.C. Coroners Service, West Shore RCMP investigation

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