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Police: Frozen body may be Geneva man

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  • Bolingbrook Police say a body found frozen in a vacant lot Tuesday morning maybe that of Jeffrey Talley, 50, of Geneva, who was last seen around Nov. 10 after being released from Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital.

      Bolingbrook Police say a body found frozen in a vacant lot Tuesday morning maybe that of Jeffrey Talley, 50, of Geneva, who was last seen around Nov. 10 after being released from Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital.

 
 

A body found frozen in Bolingbrook Tuesday morning may be a Geneva man who went missing after leaving a nearby hospital in November, police said.

A land surveyor discovered the body in a vacant lot on the 1000 block of Windham Parkway, according to the Will County coroner's office -- in the area of Veterans Parkway and West North Frontage Road.

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Last month, Geneva police sought help from the public searching for Jeffrey Talley, 50, who was last seen walking away from Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital at about 6 p.m. Nov. 10. after checking himself out against medical advice, police said.

He was last spotted near Remington Boulevard and Veterans Parkway in Bolingbrook, Geneva police said.

"The preliminary investigation indicates the male subject to be a missing/endangered subject reported to the Geneva Police Department," a release from the Bolingbrook Police Department said.

An autopsy is scheduled for later this week.

Bolingbrook police and the Will County coroner's office continue to investigate.

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