Police investigating after body found in East Vancouver

The body was discovered in a parked vehicle

Vancouver police are investigating after a body was found in East Vancouver.

Police have not released many details on the incident, saying the investigation is in its early stages.

The body was discovered in a parked vehicle on Fairmont Street near Vanness Avenue Tuesday afternoon.


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