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Body with No Sign of Injury Found on STX, Identified as Texan Working at Limetree

The unresponsive body of a man was found on Wednesday in Castle Coakley in a case the V.I. Police Department said was not considered a homicide.

According to VIPD, on Sept. 30 an unresponsive male was discovered on Hess Road. The body showed no outward signs of injury, the police said.

The man was identified by a family member as 52-year-old David Bedynek of Houston, Texas, an employee of Limetree.

The cause of death is unknown pending an autopsy and toxicology.

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