Jonathan Dailey Missing: Two bodies discovered during search for missing Boston grad student, police say
(CBS/AP) BOSTON - Authorities said a body was pulled from the Charles River on Tuesday, the second body discovered in as many days during the search for missing Boston graduate student Jonathan Dailey, CBS Boston reports.
The second body was reportedly discovered by a Boston University rowing coach at about 7:25 a.m. and has not yet been identified. Two sources told CBS Boston that there were chains around the ankles attached to a cinder block.
Another body of an older white male was found in the same general area of the river Monday. No foul play is suspected but an autopsy is scheduled to determine a cause of death, according to the Associated Press.
Police said neither of the bodies belonged to Dailey, a 23-year-old Boston Architectural College student who was last seen on Oct. 2 when he left his apartment in Aliston. Detectives went to Dailey's apartment late Tuesday morning to speak with his family and request dental records.
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