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Phoenix police looking for information about body found in burning dumpster

The body was found near the intersection of 11th Avenue and Madison Street, the Phoenix Police Department said.

PHOENIX — Phoenix homicide detectives are looking for information about a man whose body was found burning in a dumpster Tuesday morning.

The man's body was found in a dumpster before 8 a.m., after firefighters extinguished a fire, the police department said.

The victim has not been identified due to the burns on his body.

Officers arrived at the scene near 11th Avenue and Madison Street after multiple reports of a fire, police said.

The body was taken to the Maricopa County Forensic Science Center for examination.

The incident is still under investigation.

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