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Mandan homicide victim died from stabbing, autopsy finds

Kevin Greybull had no permanent address, according to police. He spent time in both Mandan and Bismarck.

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A surveillance camera image of Kevin Greybull shows the shirt he was wearing when his body was found Friday, Sept. 23, 2022, in Mandan, North Dakota.
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MANDAN, N.D. — Preliminary results of an autopsy show that a Mandan homicide victim died of stabbing and cutting injuries caused by a sharp object.

The autopsy of 65-year-old Kevin Greybull was done Tuesday, Sept. 27, according to the Mandan Police Department.

Greybull's body was found Friday near the Heart River in Mandan's east end.

At about 7 p.m. Friday, Mandan police were sent to the 1900 block of Third Street Southeast after a caller reported they found an unresponsive man, police said.

When officers arrived, they located Greybull's body near the trolley bridge, which crosses the Heart River.

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Greybull had no permanent address, according to police. He spent time in both Mandan and Bismarck.

Greybull was known to spend time by the trolley bridge. He was also frequently seen by Sitting Bull Bridge, which carries Sixth Avenue Southeast over the Heart River in Mandan.

Mandan police, the Morton County Sheriff’s Office and the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation are investigating Greybull’s death.

While authorities have not divulged a possible motive or suspect, they have said their investigation indicates there's no danger to the public.

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