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New details released after body found near Highway 400 ramp in Barrie

OPP are conducting an investigation on Bayfield Street in Barrie on Fri. June 28, 2024 (Dana Roberts/CTV News Barrie). OPP are conducting an investigation on Bayfield Street in Barrie on Fri. June 28, 2024 (Dana Roberts/CTV News Barrie).
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Police say the death of a man found in a grassy area near a Highway 400 ramp in Barrie late last month is not considered suspicious.

Provincial police say the 41-year-old man from Elliot Lake was pronounced dead at the scene on June 28 after officers were called to the area by Bayfield Street.

Police say members of the OPP Highway Safety Division Crime Prevention and Investigations Unit investigated and confirmed there were no signs of foul play.

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