Maine State Police say the man found dead at a Durham recreational area Tuesday is Alan Kelley, 43, of Durham, but who most recently had been living at a Lewiston homeless shelter.

The body was discovered Tuesday morning at Runaround Pond — which is on a road by the same name — by a man using the portable rest room at the parking lot.

There is no immediate indication of foul play, but the State Medical Examiner’s Office will conduct toxicology tests before concluding the results of the autopsy, said Steve McCausland, spokesman for the Maine Department of Public Safety.

Detectives said a hypodermic needle was found in Kelley’s clothing and they are still trying to determine how and when Kelley arrived at the Runaround Pond recreational area, since he had no car. He also was not dressed for sub-freezing temperatures.

Kelley was estranged from his wife and children police say, who live about five miles away from where his body was found.

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