CHICAGO -- Chicago police continue to search a South Side lagoon after body parts were discovered there last week.
The lagoon in McKinley Park was drained on Monday so investigators can search for more evidence.
On Friday, a contractor doing work in the park discovered remains floating inside a garbage bag.
Police said a contractor discovered the body parts while working in the lagoon at the park at 2210 W. Pershing Road at about 10 a.m. on Friday. Police closed the lagoon and a large section of the park as they searched for evidence and conducted a death investigation.
Investigators said the remains are of an African-American man, but the medical examiner has not yet identified the victim.
Police drain McKinley Park lagoon after body parts found
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