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Body Found in Haddonfield Identified

UPDATE:  Authorities have identified the body found in Haddonfield as Reginald Glover of Philadelphia.  Glover’s family has been contacted, and confirmed his identity.  The family told authorities that the stab wounds found on Glover’s body were not a result of foul play and had been treated in September.  Authorities are awaiting the results of toxicology tests to determine cause of death.

Authorities in Camden County are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man found dead in Haddonfield this week.

Princess #1 "M" tattoo
Princess #1 “M” tattoo (Photo courtesy of Camden County Prosecutor’s Office)

Joggers found the man’s body shortly before 5:00 p.m. on Monday in a marshy, wooded area near Merion Avenue in Haddonfield.  He appears to have been dead for several days and is described as a light-skinned black male, five feet, seven inches to five feet, eight inches tall, weighing 130 to 140 pounds, and in his early 20s.

While an autopsy was not able to determine the cause of death, 10 to 11 stab wounds on the body led detectives to initially think the death was suspicious.  But, the autopsy reveled the stab wounds had been treated and sutured and are not believed to have contributed to his death.  Toxicology reports are pending.

Investigators with the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office believe the wounds were treated five to 10 days prior to the man’s death.  Law enforcement officials are asking area hospitals that may have treated someone with these kinds of injuries within the past two weeks to contact the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office.

DJ Reg tattoo
DJ Reg tattoo (Photo Courtesy of Camden County Prosecutor’s Office)

The man also had distinctive tatoos on his right arm.  One reads “DJ REG,” and is decorated with musical notes, turntables and flames.  Another reads “Princess #1 MOM,” with a crown tatooed over the first “M” in “MOM.”  A third tatoo reads “Gamble” surrounded by dice, flames and a skull.  Anyone who recognizes these tatoos is asked to call the Prosecutor’s Office.

Anyone with information is asked to call Camden County Prosecutor’s Office Detective Chuck Farrell at 856-225-8400 or email information to ccpotips@ccprosecutor.org.

 

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