Police on the south end of Sunset Park Tuesday
By LESLIE EIKLEBERRYSalina Post
Salina Police currently are conducting a death investigation after the body of a 67-year-old male was found in Sunset Park Tuesday afternoon.
"We are not looking for any suspects and the public is not in any danger," Salina Police Captain Paul Forrester said this morning.
According to Forrester, the man was not a Salina resident.
Police were called to Sunset Park, 700 Sunset Drive, at 2:20 p.m. Tuesday after a park employee found the man, Forrester said. Park employees told police that the man had been sitting in the park for a couple of hours, Forrester said.
An area at the south end of the park, near the water tower, was cordoned off, and for a brief time, police had park entrances blocked.
No other information was released as the investigation is continuing.
By LESLIE EIKLEBERRY Salina Post
Salina Police have closed Sunset Park, 700 Sunset Drive, after a body was found there.
Shortly before 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, emergency personnel were dispatched to Sunset Park off of West Republic Avenue for the report of a body found in a vehicle. Crime scene tape can be seen blocking off an area at the south end of the park near the water tower.
Check the Post for additional details as they become available.