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Mile High Murder, No. 58: Charles Moore Hardy identified as victim found in alley near 22nd and Clarkson

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There have been a rash of bodies found in Denver alleys lately, including

Robert Clarke

, the victim of

Mile High Murder No. 54

, and Cheriece Knox, slain in

Mile High Murder No. 55

.

The latest, found in a recycling bin in an alley near 22nd and Clarkson, an area captured in the graphic above (if you have problems seeing the image, click "View Larger Map") has been identified by the Denver coroner's office as Charles Moore Hardy, 35. Read the original item here.

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