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Dead Man Found by Burlington-Bristol Bridge Identified, Investigation Remains Open

The Bucks County Coroner’s office last week released information about the identity of the dead man found by the Burlington-Bristol Bridge last month. 

Coroner Meredith Buck said that with the assistance of the FBI, the body found on  August 21, the vicinity of Rt. 413 and Maple Avenue in Bristol Township has been positively identified as Abdool Nazim, a 46 year.-old. Guyanese/South American male.

“He was reported missing from Philadelphia on July 31, 2022,” she said. 

A trio of kids riding skateboarding on an August Sunday afternoon discovered the decomposing  body in the wooded area near the Burlington -Bristol Bridge.

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The boys were riding their bikes around  4 pm when making the gruesome discovery, sources told Lower Bucks Source at the time.

The cause and manner of death continue to be under investigation, officials said. 

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

His next of kin have been notified and the Bucks County  Coroner’s Office offers his family and friends sincerest condolences.  

 

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Dead Man Found by Burlington-Bristol Bridge Identified, Investigation Remains Open

The Bucks County Coroner’s office last week released information about the identity of the dead man found by the Burlington-Bristol Bridge last month. 

Coroner Meredith Buck said that with the assistance of the FBI, the body found on  August 21, the vicinity of Rt. 413 and Maple Avenue in Bristol Township has been positively identified as Abdool Nazim, a 46 year.-old. Guyanese/South American male.

“He was reported missing from Philadelphia on July 31, 2022,” she said. 

A trio of kids riding skateboarding on an August Sunday afternoon discovered the decomposing  body in the wooded area near the Burlington -Bristol Bridge.

Credit: Submitted

The boys were riding their bikes around  4 pm when making the gruesome discovery, sources told Lower Bucks Source at the time.

The cause and manner of death continue to be under investigation, officials said. 

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

His next of kin have been notified and the Bucks County  Coroner’s Office offers his family and friends sincerest condolences.  

 

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