A body has reportedly been pulled out of the North Saskatchewan River. 

Around 1:25 p.m. Wednesday (May 26) afternoon, Edmonton Police Service responded to a body seen in the river near the Beverly Footbridge at Strathcona Science Park. Police say a passerby had spotted a body floating in the water. 

Edmonton Fire Rescue members located and pulled the body out of the water shortly after. 

An autopsy has yet to be scheduled by the Edmonton Medical Examiner’s Office.