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Missing person's body found in Akaka Falls State Park

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:16 p.m. HST, Feb 02, 2014



The body of a man who was reported missing since Friday has been found at Akaka Falls State Park. 

Akaka Falls State Park on Hawaii island closed Saturday while police and firefighters searched for 53-year-old Jeffrey Reyes, authorities said. 

Reyes' body was found at 11:50 a.m. about 30-feet deep at the bottom of a pond approximately a quarter mile downstream of Akaka Falls by scuba divers.

He was last seen at the park at 8:49 a.m. Friday, according to the Hawaii Police Department.

A Hawaii Fire Department supervisor said police called firefighters to assist.







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SteveToo wrote:
That is strange. Why close the park.....unless he is a "bad guy"...??
on February 1,2014 | 02:08PM
cojef wrote:
Possibly to protect the area from being contaminated as an ongoing investigation continues.
on February 2,2014 | 02:25PM
noheawilli wrote:
The DLNR closes everything yea first for investigation though they will keep it closed for our safety. How much of this state is closed by non elected DLNR folks? Moke, Sacred falls, untold trails, they will gobble up each acre they can, and say they do it for us BUT they want us off their property.
on February 2,2014 | 07:22PM
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