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Body found at Petaluma recycling center ID'd
PETALUMA, Calif. (KGO) -- Sonoma County sheriff's detectives have identified the man whose body was discovered at a Petaluma recycling facility, but they still don't know how he died.
Luis Gomez-Diaz, 30, is originally from Mexico. However, he has lived in both Santa Rosa and Eureka.
He would sometimes stay with family members, but was a known transient.
A worker found the body at a recycling facility in Petaluma Friday afternoon.
Investigators say Gomez-Diaz did not work at Novato Disposal Services.
There are no obvious signs of trauma, but detectives are still treating the death as suspicious.
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