REPORT: Man found dead at Oregon Zoo construction site
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A Portland, Ore., man, reported missing over the weekend was found dead at the Oregon Zoo on Monday, police said.
The body of Carl Stanley Ross Sr, 62, was found around 10 a.m. at the construction site of a planned rhino exhibit, The Oregonian reported.
The article goes on to state the following:
Officer Carlos Ibarra, a Portland Police Bureau spokesman, said Ross had gone to see George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic play at the zoo that evening. His family reported him missing when he didn’t return, Ibarra said.
“Ibarra said police have yet to determine how Ross wound up in the rhino habitat or how he died, but investigators do not believe his death to be suspicious at this time,” Oregon Live reported.
A man was found dead Monday in a new rhino exhibit that is under construction at the Oregon Zoo, Portland Police officials said. https://t.co/6nSgVotfV6
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