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Police Investigating Death At Kingsbury Fish & Wildlife Area
Updated November 28, 2016 7:17 AM | Filed under: Crime
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(LaPORTE) - The La Porte County Sheriff's Office and Indiana Conservation Officers are conducting a death investigation after the discovery of a body Friday at Kingsbury Fish & Wildlife Area.

Sheriff's deputies and Conservation Officers responded to the area of Tracy Road west of First Line Road on Friday morning and found the body of 41-year-old Mark A. Huber, from Goshen, Indiana. Mark Huber had resided in Goshen, Indiana for the past several months however is originally from the Cleveland, Ohio area.

An autopsy scheduled for Monday will be a key factor in determining the cause and manner of Huber's death. Foul play has not been ruled out.

The case remains an open investigation. Investigators are asking that anyone who may have any information related to Mark Huber or this case to call the La Porte County Sheriff's Detective Bureau at (219) 326-7700 extension 2404



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