Death near Huntington supermarket 'noncriminal,' say cops

Homicide detectives investigate the area behind a Waldbaum's

Homicide detectives investigate the area behind a Waldbaum's supermarket in Huntington late Wednesday night, April 9, 2014, after receiving a 911 call. Suffolk County police, citing the ongoing investigation, said they could not confirm details -- including if a body had been recovered. (Credit: AJ Ryan / Stringer News)

Homicide detectives investigating the Wednesday night discovery of a body in a parking lot next to a Huntington supermarket have said the death was "noncriminal."

Police would not give any other details and a Suffolk police spokeswoman said, "We do not comment on noncriminal investigations."

Police said officers were dispatched to the rear of a parking lot on New York Avenue after receiving a 911 call at 11:06 p.m.

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At the scene Thursday was an outline of a body on the grassy area between two parked cars and under a giant wall mural.

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