Person saw something they thought was a body in the river and reported it. Police later confirmed the discovery but have not released any information as far as ID or how the person died.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis police are investigating a body found in the White River near Broad Ripple Thursday afternoon.
Police were initially called to the Westfield Boulevard bridge near 72nd Street on a report of a possible drowning.
Indianapolis Fire Department teams were dispatched as well and, after a short search, found the body of an unidentified person.
Police said the original report came from a pedestrian using the nearby Monon Trail.
Indianapolis homicide detectives were also called to the scene to investigate whether there was any evidence of foul play.
This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.
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