Authorities have identified the man found dead in Arlington’s Spy Pond Tuesday and recovered clothing and a vehicle they believe he had left behind.
Cameron Raudonis-Blicker, 23, of Derry, New Hampshire was found naked in the pond near Route 2 on Tuesday just before 3 p.m. when a worker at an Elks Lodge reported seeing what he thought was a body.
The body was taken by the state Medical Examiner’s office and Middlesex District Attorney spokeswoman Cara O’Brien said the identification was made through autopsy findings and fingerprinting.
She said the district attorney’s office is still awaiting autopsy results for the exact cause of death, but there were no obvious signs of trauma.
Arlington Police Captain Richard Flynn said today that following a tip Tuesday night police recovered clothing on the bank of Spy Pond. In the clothing, they found some identification that also helped identify Raudonis-Blicker.
Flynn said a car they believe had been used by Raudonis-Blicker was also recovered on Pleasant Street in Arlington, which runs near Spy Pond.
Authorities have contacted Raudonis-Blicker’s family in New Hampshire, but police continue to investigate why he was in Arlington.
“We’re working to try and figure that out,” Flynn said.