Construction Workers Discover Body In South Jordan, Police Say
SOUTH JORDAN, Utah – Crews arriving at a South Jordan construction site after the Thanksgiving weekend discovered a body, authorities said.
Sgt. Sam Winkler with the South Jordan Police Department said the body was found at approximately 7:50 a.m. in a new development located in the area of 11200 South and 6100 West.
He said the workers called police, who then locked down the scene.
Authorities are currently working at the site, Winkler said. The investigation is just beginning, and officials haven’t yet determined a cause of death or if there was any foul play.
He added that crews haven’t been at the site for a while due to the holiday weekend.
“We’re not sure how long the body has been out here,” Winkler said. “We’re not sure of the gender or anything like that.”
This is a developing story, and this article will be updated if new information is made available.
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