Boston woman found dead on Revere Beach was not victim of foul play

The body of a Boston woman was discovered on the Revere Beach shoreline early Thursday, and authorities do not believe she was the victim of a crime.

There was no obvious sign of traumatic injuries, according to State Police and Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley’s office.

“Based on a physical examination and evidence at the scene, the death of a Boston woman found on Revere Beach this morning does not appear to be the result of criminal conduct,’’ Conley spokesman Jake Wark wrote in an e-mail.


The state medical examiner’s office will determine the cause of death after more forensic testing is conducted, Wark said.

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The woman has been tentatively identified, but her name has been withheld pending notification of next of kin, State Police spokesman David Procopio wrote in an e-mail.

The woman’s body was spotted by passersby around 5:57 a.m. on the beach near the intersection of Shirley Avenue and Revere Beach Boulevard, Procopio said.

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