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Updated: “Suspicious” Death Investigation Continues as Investigators Wait on Autopsy Results

Updated: Thursday 1:30 am

The police investigation into to the dead man found in a vehicle parked in the Mill Street Parking Lot continued Wednesday with no new additional information released by authorities.

Bristol Borough Police Chief Steve Henry said Wednesday afternoon no new information would be released until results of the autopsy and  toxicology reports are received which could take some time.

Original story below.

A body found in a vehicle parked in the Mill Street Parking Lot is being called a “suspicious” dehath by investigators Tuesday night.

Just after 3:10 p.m. a source in the community reported to Lower Bucks Source, that a body of a “man” was located in a white Toyota Scion in the parking lot parallel to the main merchant district of the borough.

Witnesses told LBS hey could see the body laying curled up and reclined in the drivers seat.

Credit: Jeff Bohen Lower Bucks Source

Borough Police set up a perimeter from the Wood Street section of the lot to Pond Street,  blocking traffic access as the county coroners office and crime scene unit collected evidence.

“It is being treated as suspicious due to the location of where the deceased was found” Chief of Police Steve Henry said.  Adding no additional information would be released.

Henry when asked about the age and race of the victim said that had yet to be determined.

Credit: Graphic Rhiannon Gomez

Investigators interviewed potential witnesses in the form of vehicle owners parked to the left and right of the dead mans vehicle, as many who live and work on Mill St park there.

On Saturday its expected that the parking lot will be filled with thousands for the annual Bristol Doo-Wop Concert

This is a developing story and Lower Bucks Source will provide updates when new information becomes available.

Editors Note: JoAnne Ames contributed to the news gathering process of this story.

Credit: Jeff Bohen, Lower Bucks Source

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Updated: “Suspicious” Death Investigation Continues as Investigators Wait on Autopsy Results

Updated: Thursday 1:30 am

The police investigation into to the dead man found in a vehicle parked in the Mill Street Parking Lot continued Wednesday with no new additional information released by authorities.

Bristol Borough Police Chief Steve Henry said Wednesday afternoon no new information would be released until results of the autopsy and  toxicology reports are received which could take some time.

Original story below.

A body found in a vehicle parked in the Mill Street Parking Lot is being called a “suspicious” dehath by investigators Tuesday night.

Just after 3:10 p.m. a source in the community reported to Lower Bucks Source, that a body of a “man” was located in a white Toyota Scion in the parking lot parallel to the main merchant district of the borough.

Witnesses told LBS hey could see the body laying curled up and reclined in the drivers seat.

Credit: Jeff Bohen Lower Bucks Source

Borough Police set up a perimeter from the Wood Street section of the lot to Pond Street,  blocking traffic access as the county coroners office and crime scene unit collected evidence.

“It is being treated as suspicious due to the location of where the deceased was found” Chief of Police Steve Henry said.  Adding no additional information would be released.

Henry when asked about the age and race of the victim said that had yet to be determined.

Credit: Graphic Rhiannon Gomez

Investigators interviewed potential witnesses in the form of vehicle owners parked to the left and right of the dead mans vehicle, as many who live and work on Mill St park there.

On Saturday its expected that the parking lot will be filled with thousands for the annual Bristol Doo-Wop Concert

This is a developing story and Lower Bucks Source will provide updates when new information becomes available.

Editors Note: JoAnne Ames contributed to the news gathering process of this story.

Credit: Jeff Bohen, Lower Bucks Source

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