DETROIT (WXYZ) - DETROIT (WXYZ) –The Wayne County medical examiner confirmed the two dismembered bodies found Tuesday morning in a canal near the Detroit river had bullet wounds. Both were found without arms, legs or heads.
The autopsy revealed one body was male, the other female.
Detroit police tell 7 Action News that 911 calls came into their department saying the bodies were floating in a the Detroit River's canal, near Riverside and Alter Road.
An agent from U.S. Customs and Border Protection found the first body around 6 a.m. while on routine patrol near the Riverfront-Lakewood Park/Alfred Brush Ford Park area.
A second body was found a short time later about a half mile down the river.
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