Woman’s body found at Miami-Dade recycling plant



A woman’s body was found Tuesday at a Northwest Miami-Dade recycling plant.

Homicide detectives are at the plant and investigating.

Workers found a woman’s body in the early morning hours, said Miami-Dade police Maj. Garry Jeanniton. The workers at Southeastern Recycling Corp., 3401 NW 110th St., then called police.

A police spokesman says the body’s condition appears the person died a few days ago. Jeanniton declined to give more information while homicide detectives investigate.

It was unclear how the body got inside the large half-block metal building that recycles paper, cardboard and documents. The complex is just west of Miami Dade College north campus in an industrial warehouse area.

This article will be updated as more information becomes available.

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