Hamilton Police said Tuesday morning (Nov. 10) that they are currently in the process of investigating the city’s 14th homicide.
In a Tweet, police said they were called just before 7 a.m. to the scene in the area around Duke and MacNab Streets in downtown Hamilton where the body of a deceased man was found.
Police say they have yet to identify the victim and residents in the area should expect an increased police presence as the investigation continues.
The Major Crime Unit is investigating and police say they have limited info at this time.
Anyone with information in relation to this case is urged to call 905-546-3843.
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A police spokesperson told InTheHammer that should more information become available, they will provide an update later Tuesday.
HPS is investigating the 14th Homicide in #HamOnt. Please expect a Police presence in the area of Duke St. & MacNab St.
A male was found deceased in the area & has yet to be identified.
Major Crime is investigating. Limited info at this time.
Please contact at 905-546-3843.
— Hamilton Police (@HamiltonPolice) November 10, 2020