UPDATE: Coroner called to Glen Lake Park in Langford after a body was found

The death has been deemed not suspicious, says BC Coroners Service

RCMP officers taped off a section of Glen Lake Park in Langford Friday afternoon.

Shortly before 5 p.m. members of the West Shore RCMP appeared to be investigating a vehicle that was later towed from the scene.

A resident reports seeing a body and the BC Coroners Service is on the scene. The BC Coroners Service is responsible for investigating and determining the circumstances of unnatural, sudden and unexpected, unexplained or unattended deaths in the province.

A spokesperson for the BC Coroner Service noted that the death is not suspicious.

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