Toronto police investigate death of homeless man

On Thursday, July 1, 2010, at 5:53 a.m., police responded to call for an unconscious man in St. James Park, near the Adelaide Street West/Jarvis Street area.

It is reported that:

– police located a partially nude man, without vital signs, on the grass near a gazebo in the center of the park,

– he was pronounced dead at the scene.

It is further reported that:

– between midnight and 4 a.m., on July 1, 2010, there was a boisterous group of men seen in the area of the gazebo,

– investigators are appealing to these men to come forward and speak with them.

The man has yet to be identified.

He is described as white, 30-40, 5’4”-5’7”, average build, short, dark brown or black receding hair with an earring in his left ear lobe. He was wearing a black/brown string necklace with beads, a grey T-shirt, blue jeans and size 8 white runners with four blue stripes on the side, and the word “Air” in red on the tongue and toe of the shoe. He had no identification on him.

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