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A Body Was Just Found In A Suitcase In Toronto & Police Are Investigating

The body was found near Keele Street and Rogers Road.

Toronto Death Being Investigated After Body Was Found In Suitcase

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Toronto Police are investigating after a body was discovered in the city on Wednesday.

According to CTV News, officers responded to reports of a body found near Keele Street and Rogers Road at approximately 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday.

The homicide unit was on scene and the area was cordoned off with potential road closures.

Investigators confirmed to CP24 that the body was found inside of a suitcase with obvious signs of trauma.

Narcity reached out to the police for further details, but none are available at this time.

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