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Body in Norman park identified as Washington, Oklahoma man

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - A body found in a lake at a park in Norman has been identified as that of a Washington, Oklahoma, man.

Norman police said Monday that the body is that of 47-year-old Kevin Michael Riley.

Police say Riley's body was spotted Sunday afternoon in the lake at Northeast Lions Park by people playing disc golf.

Police say the body shows no visible sign of trauma, but a suspected cause of death has not been released.

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