By Kim Glovas

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HADDONFIELD, N.J. (CBS) — Police in Haddonfield (Camden County) have attached a name to the body found yesterday afternoon in the borough.

Authorities say the man has been identified as 26-year-old Reginald Glover of Philadelphia.  His body was found yesterday by joggers near Merion and Narberth Avenues.

It was perhaps not surprising that the body was identified relatively quickly, given the unique nature of the tattoos on both arms (see related story).

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When investigators first found the body, they thought the cause of death had been stabbing because he had ten to 11 stab wounds.  But an autopsy showed that those wounds had been treated and sutured before his death.

Family members told police that Glover had received those injuries a month ago and had received medical treatment for them.

Now, Investigators are waiting for the toxicology report, which could take some time, to determine the exact cause of death.

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