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Questions begin after Quincy’s man’s body found in river

No evidence of violence, DA says

A flier seeking information about William Hurley’s disappearance was posted in the Nashua Street Park . Hurley’s body was recovered nearby yesterday in the Charles River. A flier seeking information about William Hurley’s disappearance was posted in the Nashua Street Park . Hurley’s body was recovered nearby yesterday in the Charles River. (David L. Ryan/ Globe Staff)
By John R. Ellement
Globe Staff / October 15, 2009

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The search for a Quincy man who disappeared last week while talking to his fiancee on his cellphone ended early yesterday when the man’s body was found in the Charles River, a discovery that devastated his family and his girlfriend, who had searched Boston relentlessly for “the love of her life.’’ (Full article: 656 words)

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