2. SOUNDBITE (English) Robert Boyce, Chief of Detectives, NYPD
"Over the past 24 hour period the bodies of two males were recovered in separate bodies of water inside Central Park. On May 9th around twelve noon a badly decomposed body of a male appearing to be in his 20s or 30s was discovered in the park by a park worker in the reservoir in Central Park."
3. NYPD scuba divers emerging from reservoir in Central Park
4. Wide of Central Park reservoir
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Robert Boyce, Chief of Detectives, NYPD
"Preliminary examination of the body did not reveal any obvious signs of trauma. The body, which has not been identified currently, is at the OCME's (Office of the Chief Medical Examiner) office right now and there is an autopsy being done."
6. Police directing people away from the water
7. Wide of Swan Lake
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Robert Boyce, Chief of Detectives, NYPD
"This morning at around 7:20 another park worker discovered a male body floating in the area known as Swan Lake which is directly behind me. This body is a male in his 30s, also does not show any obvious signs of trauma. We have a tentative ID of this male but we are awaiting further confirmation as we stand right now. That ID came from his person, from his pants pocket. It does not appear this body has been in the water for any more than a week or two at the most."
9. Various shots of Swan Lake
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Robert Boyce, Chief of Detectives, NYPD
"There is no criminality right now to show either way that it is anything more than a coincidence. It is unusual for this park though. We have to go a couple of years, actually two years, to find another body recovered from the water in Central Park."