The man whose body was found on the edge of a Peterborough beauty spot has been named as Jusmael Da Silva (22), from Russell Street.
Mr Da Silva’s body was found on Wednesday, August 22, on the outskirts of Hampton Nature Reserve, by children playing in the woods.
His death is not being treated as suspicious.
A spokeswoman from Peterborough Coroner’s office said: “The man was Jusmael Da Silva, from Russell Street.
“An inquest has been opened and adjourned to an unspecified date.”
Hampton Nature Reserve is a 300-acre site in Hampton Hargate.
The body was discovered in a secluded area of the site at around 4.40pm on Wednesday, August 22.
The East of England Ambulance Service said paramedics were called to the scene where a male was pronounced dead.
Teams of detectives and forensic officers scoured the scene after the body of the male was discovered.
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