Sudbury man found dead in North Bay creek, the third body found this week
North Bay Police Service say they discovered the body of a 48-year-old Sudbury man in Chippewa Creek on Monday, in a death they say is not suspicious. (File)
SUDBURY -- North Bay Police Service say they discovered the body of a Sudbury man in Chippewa Creek on Monday, in a death they say is not suspicious.
Officers were called Monday morning to the scene of a "sudden death," police said in a news release Thursday.
"The body of an adult male was discovered in the Chippewa Creek, close to the Aubrey Street and Cassels Street intersection in North Bay," police said. "The coroner attended the scene where 48-year-old Francois John Dean Isaac of Sudbury was identified as the deceased."
Isaac is the third 48-year-old male found dead this week. Stephen Aultman was also found dead in North Bay Monday after going missing on Friday and Garry Poulin had gone missing Saturday and was found July 6 as well.
Police have said no foul play is suspected in any of the three cases.
An autopsy will be conducted on Friday to determine the cause of Isaac's death.
North Bay Police Service’s criminal investigation section and the local coroner's officer are continuing the investigation.