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A body that appeared to belong to a man in his 40s was pulled from the Muddy River near Boylston Street in Boston today, Boston police said.
There was no sign of foul play, said Superintendent Bernie O’Rourke. But he also said that there was no indication whatever yet of what had happened to the man.
The man was carrying identification, O’Rourke said. It is possible he was a homeless man.