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South Asian male found Friday morning
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Body found behind high school
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Toronto Police are hoping the public can help them identify the body of a man found Friday morning.

He was found behind a secondary school at 200 Graydon Hall Drive, near the 401 and DVP at around 10 a.m. March 14.

Police describe him as South Asian, 5' tall, brown eyes, short black hair and about 130 lbs. He was dressed in traditional South Asian religious clothes and had long brown prayer beads. His age is not known.

Anyone who can help identify this man is asked to call police at 33 Division or Crime Stoppers.

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Body found behind high school
Andrea Lawson/Newstalk 1010

Toronto Police are hoping the public can help them identify the body of a man found Friday morning.

He was found behind a secondary school at 200 Graydon Hall Drive, near the 401 and DVP at around 10 a.m. March 14.

Police describe him as South Asian, 5' tall, brown eyes, short black hair and about 130 lbs. He was dressed in traditional South Asian religious clothes and had long brown prayer beads. His age is not known.

Anyone who can help identify this man is asked to call police at 33 Division or Crime Stoppers.

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