Pasco County park reopens after no body found

- The Pasco County Sheriff's Office called off a search for a possible body at Green Key Park on Saturday.

Investigators told FOX 13 they had received a tip about a body possibly buried at the park. The tip led to a multiple-day search involving an anthropology team from USF, including Dr. Erin Kimmerle.

Deputies spent the afternoon Friday and Saturday morning searching the park, but nothing was found. Investigators have not said which case the tip is related to.

Green Key Park, also known as the Robert K. Rees Memorial Park, was closed during the search, but it has since reopened to the public.

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