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UPDATE: No foul play in Waterloo man's death


WATERLOO (KWWL) -- Police now say there is no foul play involved in the death of a 55-year-old Waterloo man.
An autopsy Sunday shows Jack Westcott died as a result of a medical condition.

Police found the body of Westcott after they were called to the scene shortly after 4:00 p.m. Friday afternoon.



Waterloo Police say the death of a 55-year old man appears to be suspicious. Police blocked off a portion of Knoll avenue in Waterloo late Friday afternoon for several hours, following the discovery of a dead man inside a Waterloo home at 1334 Knoll Avenue.

Just after four Friday afternoon, police were called to that residence, where they found 55-year-old man dead inside. Police have not yet said how the man died..

Waterloo Police do say the circumstances of the victim's death appear to be possibly suspicious in nature, thus, an investigation is underway. KWWL does know the name of the dead man, but, we won't identify him publicly until all family members have been notified and we get the okay from Waterloo Police.

Online Reporter: Ron Steele


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