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Body Found In Refrigerator Inside Home With Marijuana-Growing Operation

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A man's body was found in a refrigerator inside a Sun Valley home, and while they were there authorities also uncovered a pot-growing operation.

LAPD officers were called to a home on the 11100 block of Runnymede Street in Sun Valley around 5:30 a.m., Sunday morning. After forcing themselves into the house, officers discovered the body inside an unplugged refrigerator, according to City News Service, and also discovered plants inside the garage.

Authorities believe the man lived at the residence and was likely killed for reasons related to the drugs.

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No further details were available and the investigation is ongoing.

Update: