Police in Burlington County NJ ID the Man Found Dead Behind a Deli
It was a grim discovery this week behind a market and deli in Burlington County, but police now know the identity of the man found dead there.
It was Tuesday around 12:30 p.m. when a body was found in the back of Millerie's Market & Deli off Rancocas Rd. and King Street in Mount Holly.
That deceased male has reportedly been identified as Sean Reynolds of Brick Twp., Ocean County. Few details have been given as to how long the 31-year-old's body may have been behind the market before he was discovered but Burlington County Prosecutor's Office reports he was found by a juvenile.
The market is located on a busy corner, and there's not much land behind it except for a patch of trees, but we don't yet know exactly where Sean's body was located.
According to 6abc.com, the manner of Reynolds' death has not yet been revealed or remains unknown at this time pending the outcome of an autopsy. However, Burlington County Prosecutor's Office says they are not ruling out that he could be a victim of foul play.
The police investigation into the death of Sean Reynolds is ongoing. Police are asking anyone who may have seen something or may know something reach out at 609-265-7113 or email tips to firstname.lastname@example.org.