Body Found In Bristol Township ID’d As Philadelphia Man: Coroner

BRISTOL TOWNSHIP, PA —A physique discovered final month within the township has been recognized as a lacking Philadelphia man, in response to revealed experiences.

A physique discovered on Aug. 21 within the neighborhood of Route 413 and Maple Avenue has been positively recognized as Abdool Nazim, Bucks County Coroner Meredith Buck has introduced.

Buck mentioned Nazim, 46, was recognized Friday with the help of the FBI.

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Nazim had been reported lacking from Philadelphia on July 31. His subsequent of kin have been notified and the Bucks County Coroner’s Office gives his household and buddies sincerest condolences, Buck mentioned.

The trigger and method of loss of life proceed to be beneath investigation, the coroner acknowledged.

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Bristol Township Lt. Ralph Johnson mentioned beforehand the physique was discovered close to an previous skating park simply off the south driveway main beneath the Burlington-Bristol Bridge on the Delaware River. Investigators didn’t discover any signal of foul play associated to his loss of life, the Bucks County Courier News reported.

Anyone with info ought to contact Detective Kitchenman of the Bristol Township Police Department at 267-812- 3056 or the Bucks County Coroner’s Office at 267-880-5656.

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