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Decapitated body found at hospital garage is deemed a suicide

Culver City police have concluded that a man whose decapitated body was discovered Monday afternoon at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center parking garage committed suicide.

The body of the unidentified man in his 40s was found by a passerby who immediately alerted police shortly after 3 p.m. to the area of Washington and Inglewood boulevards, said Culver City Police Lt. Ron Izuka.

The body was in an area with bushes.

No further information was released.


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