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Authorities identify body found in river as 37-year-old

Man was last seen Nov. 23 near West Mallon

Spokane police today identified the body of a man found along the Spokane River last week as Larry J. Hardy, 37.

Hardy has been missing since Nov. 23 and was last seen at a house in the 1700 block of West Mallon Avenue.

A cause of death was not determined by the medical examiner, but there were no apparent injuries or signs of foul play. Hardy had a history of mental illness, police said.

Firefighters recovered his body June 23 from the river below a steep embankment just west of Downriver Golf Course adjacent to a disc golf course.



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