REDMOND, Wash. - Police say a man's body pulled from a pond in the Seattle suburb of Redmond has been identified.
Redmond police said in a news release that the man was identified as 31-year-old Robert Hall of Redmond.
Hall had been reported missing by family members in mid-September.
Police say there no signs of trauma were visible on the man's body and they don't believe his death was the result of foul play.
Hall's body was discovered after a woman called authorities Oct. 9 to report something floating in a retention pond near a walking trail.
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