PORTLAND — Police have identified a body found floating in Portland Harbor.

Lt. Gary Rogers said Monday that an autopsy indicated 39-year-old Todd Madore of Mapleton had drowned. Police do not suspect foul play.

Two fishermen found the body late Sunday afternoon wedged between Custom House Wharf and a fishing boat.

Police told the Portland Press Herald that police found an old backpack and a half-empty bottle of beer on the pier believed to have belonged to the victim.
 

6:16 p.m.

Police were awaiting a report from the state medical examiner before releasing the identity of the man found dead in Portland Harbor Sunday, but investigators said there are no indications of foul play.

The body was found floating next to a fishing pier at Custom House Wharf by fishermen at 4:30 p.m.

Police say they have tentatively identified the man and spoken with family members but are awaiting the medical examiner’s confirmation of the man’s identity.

An autopsy also was scheduled for Monday.