Police investigate after man's body found at Boston golf course
BOSTON (AP) — Police in Boston are investigating a body found at a golf course.
Boston police say a man's body was found at the city-owned William J. Devine Memorial Golf Course in the city's Dorchester neighborhood on Saturday afternoon.
Firefighters discovered the body while responding to a report of a brush fire outside the clubhouse at around 5 p.m. Police haven't released further details and haven't said if they believe the death is suspicious.
The Boston Globe reports investigators blocked off the area where the body was discovered through Saturday evening even as golfers continued to play through the course and a graduation party took place in the clubhouse.
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