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Autopsy shows no signs of trauma on body believed to be of missing teacher
Police are waiting for further test results before the body can be positively IDed
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An autopsy performed today shows that there are no signs of trauma on the body that police believe is of missing Whitby teacher Jeffrey Boucher. 

The 52-year-old went missing on January 13th after he went on a daily run. 

Someone walking a dog found a body on the shore of Lake Ontario on Saturday afternoon. A few hours later, police held a press conference saying they believe the body is of Boucher. 

Durham police spokesman Dave Selby says today's autopsy does not show a cause of death, but supports the theory that foul play is not suspected. 

Police are waiting for further test results before they can positively ID the body. 

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An autopsy performed today shows that there are no signs of trauma on the body that police believe is of missing Whitby teacher Jeffrey Boucher. 

The 52-year-old went missing on January 13th after he went on a daily run. 

Someone walking a dog found a body on the shore of Lake Ontario on Saturday afternoon. A few hours later, police held a press conference saying they believe the body is of Boucher. 

Durham police spokesman Dave Selby says today's autopsy does not show a cause of death, but supports the theory that foul play is not suspected. 

Police are waiting for further test results before they can positively ID the body. 

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