'Seinfeld' actor's body found partially scavenged by vultures

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Levin's body was identified using dental records. The actor Charles Levin who got a lot of fame when he featured in the USA sitcom titled Seinfeld, was reportedly missing.

On July 12, a search and rescue operation was undertaken in a remote area following an emergency mobile ping. "Levin was not in his auto or the proximity of his vehicle", the statement by Grants Pass Department of Public Safety said.

Newsweek reports that Levin's body was discovered on July 13, a day after his vehicle was found on a remote road near a ravine. When the body was initially discovered, it was pretty unrecognizable. According to police reports, Levin was deceased days before he was found.

The department's report indicated that there were signs of "animal scavenging likely in the form of turkey vultures" - as proven by the presence of bird faeces on and around the body.

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The Every day Mail have gained entry to reviews from the Grants Go Division of Public Security, which element how Levin fell down a ravine in Grants Go, Oregon and was discovered wedged between two bushes.

Locals assert the distant monitor is significantly far too harmful to travel on, and Global Positioning System will not get the job done there. I wouldn't have driven up there by myself.

The body of actor Charles Levin was found partially consumed by vultures after he died following a fall down a 30ft slope in Grants Pass, Oregon, reports have revealed. "It wasn't very clear what he was saying, but he did seem to sound confused and lost", Jesse Levin said at the time.

Levin had a long career in Hollywood with roles in dozens of movies and television shows including stints on "Law & Order" and "Night Court".

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