Police in New Hampshire are investigating a body that was found in floating in the water. Police tell WFXT the body was found by someone playing "Pokemon Go."
According to a release from the Nashua Fire Department, the body was found in Salmon Brook around 2 p.m. on Thursday behind the Holocaust Memorial.
The man's body was removed from the water and sent for an autopsy.
"At this point it doesn't look like anything suspicious," Nashua Police Lt. Rob Giggi said.
The area is popular among "Pokemon Go" players, because there are several in-game hot spots in the area.
"The person who found the victim today was playing this Pokemon game, which led him to kind of an obscure spot in downtown Nashua," Giggi said.
It is the second time a body was reportedly found by a person playing "Pokemon Go." A teen playing in Riverton, Wyoming, found a body while attempted to track down a water Pokemon on July 8.
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