Man found frozen to death in Connecticut park identified
STAMFORD — Police say a man found frozen to death in a Connecticut park has been identified by a relative.
The Stamford Advocate reports the body was found Tuesday morning at a park in Stamford. Police say a woman came forward and identified the remains as her uncle, 41-year-old Hector Yovani Padilla-Enriquez.
Investigators believe the man died of exposure but are still awaiting a toxicology report. They say there were no signs of foul play.
The woman said Padilla-Enriquez was homeless.
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