DAYTON, Ohio (AP) -- Authorities have identified the dismembered body found at a Dayton waste recycling plant.
The Dayton Daily News (http://bit.ly/Vzioyw ) reports the police still haven't figured out how the body of 60-year-old Robert Benedict wound up at the Rumpke Recycling Facility late Wednesday.
Benedict's leg was found by a worker inside a bundle of cardboard, and the remaining parts of his body were found later at the plant.
His body is being autopsied to try to determine how he died.
Benedict was wearing work boots and blue jeans, but Rumpke officials said he was not an employee of the waste collecting company.
Since the plant serves five counties, police say it may take some time to determine how the body got there.
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