'Pokemon GO' player finds body floating in New Hampshire brook

For the second time in a week a “Pokemon GO” player has made a grim discovery, stumbling on a body floating in water.

This time a man’s body was recovered Thursday afternoon from a brook behind the New Hampshire Holocaust Memorial in Nashua after it was spotted by someone playing the wildly popular smartphone game.

“Now the person who found the victim’s body was playing the Pokemon game which led him to kind of an obscure spot,” Nashua Police Lt. Robert Giggi told Fox 25 Boston.

A coroner would conduct an autopsy.

“At this point it doesn’t look like anything suspicious.” Giggi said.

Last Friday, Shayla Wiggens, a 19-year-old playing the game near her home found a man’s body in a river near Riverton, Wyoming.

Wiggens said she was scouting the area to make sure no one else was around when she spotted the body face down in the water.

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