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Kosciusko man found dead in home

Kosciusko County sheriff’s deputies found a man’s body Sunday afternoon in a mobile home south of Warsaw, but how he died is a mystery.

The deputies made the discovery while doing a welfare check at the home in the Hide-Away-Hills mobile home park at 2441 W. County Road 250 S., south of Warsaw, said Sgt. Chad Hill, a sheriff’s department spokesman.

The man’s identity was withheld. The coroner plans to release more information after an autopsy today, Hill said.

Hill would not comment on whether foul play is suspected. He said detectives interviewed a man considered a “person of interest” in the case.

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