Body found at Veterans Memorial Park

Officers arrived and determined a middle age male was deceased and recovered a large caliber pistol at the scene.

At 7:24 a.m. May 17, 2017 officers from the Enumclaw Police Department were dispatched to a report of a body at Veterans Memorial Park.

Officers arrived and determined a male in his mid 40s was deceased. Officers recovered a large caliber pistol at the scene.

A Public Information Officer at the scene said they are aware of the identity of the man, but are waiting to inform family members before releasing that information.

Early reports indicate the man died from a self-inflicted wound.

No other injuries were reported.

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