January 10, 2005
Albany -- The man found dead in an Albany dumpster Friday has been identified, but the cause of his death is still being investigated.
Albany Police identified the man as 42-year-old Christopher Glazer. Family members say he lived on South McKinley Street, and worked construction jobs before he was disabled.
His sister said Glazer had some mental problems, and liked to scavenge in dumpsters.
A store employee found Glazer's body in a dumpster behind the Save-A-Lot Grocery store on South Slappey Friday morning.
Investigators say there were no signs of foul play, but the body was sent for autopsy at the GBI Crime Lab.
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