Death of man found at Plano campground believed to be suicide

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The death of a man discovered at a campground early Tuesday in southwest suburban Plano is believed to be a suicide.

A Kendall County sheriff’s deputy found the 59-year-old man unresponsive near an empty pickup parked in the Cedar Ridge Primitive Campground near Fox Road and Fox River Drive about 4:45 a.m., according to a statement from the sheriff’s office.

Paramedics responded but were unable to resuscitate the man, according to the sheriff’s office. His name was not released.

The sheriff’s department and Kendall County coroner are investigating, but the death is believed to be a suicide.

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