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A woman has been found dead at a park in London.
Police were called to Southall Park at 5.56am on Saturday to reports of an unresponsive woman.
The London Ambulance Service also attended the scene, where the woman, believed to be in her 30s, was pronounced dead, MyLondon reports.
Photos have been shared on social media of the scene which appear to show a police cordon in place with at least two officers present.
The park is believed to have been closed to members of the public.
A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police told MyLondon: "Steps are being taken to inform her next of kin.
"A crime scene is in place and enquiries are ongoing to establish the circumstances."
People have taken to social media to share their shock of the incident.
One person asked: "Whats going on in Southall Park, police everywhere."
Another replied: "Apparently a dead body has been found!"
Daily Star has contacted the London Ambulance Service for comment.
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