INDIANAPOLIS - Authorities were investigating after a body was found in the White River late Thursday evening.
The body was found near West New York Street and North White River Parkway just before 11 p.m., officials with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said.
Police said a fisherman told them he saw something in the river and ignored it. About an hour later, he realized it was a body and called authorities.
Police arrived and found a male's body. Officials said it appeared the body had been in the water longer than a couple of hours.
Few other details were released but a death investigation was underway.
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