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Police find body linked to Vancouver homicide

By The Canadian Press

VANCOUVER - Vancouver Police have found the body of a man in connection to what they call the homicide of a 27-year-old woman.

Officers say they found Thi Tam Nguyen dead in her east Vancouver home Saturday and began pursuing her ex-husband, a suspect in the case.

Police say his car was found abandoned in Richmond, but authorities were unable to locate the suspect.

Officers say they were called to a south Vancouver park today where they found a man hanging from a tree.

Police and paramedics arrived, identified him as the suspect and pronounced him dead.

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