Police say body found outside elementary school north of Toronto

Police tape is shown in Toronto on May 2, 2017. Police say they have dismantled an organized crime ring north of Toronto. York Regional Police say they will release more details today on two separate investigations that focused on drug production and trafficking. They say they have seized drugs, guns, vehicles and cash related to the investigations worth more than $45 million.York police say they've charged more than 50 people. They say they also dismantled several drug labs during the probe. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graeme Roy

RICHMOND HILL, Ont.  Police north of Toronto say a dead body has been found outside an elementary school.

York Regional Police say the body was found on school grounds at Sixteenth Avenue Public School in Richmond Hill, Ont., just before 8:30 a.m. Thursday.

A spokesperson for the York Region District School Board says social work and psychology staff are at the school to support students, and classes will continue throughout the day.

The force has not publicly identified the person whose remains were found, but Const. Laura Nicolle says a 16-year-old went missing in the area Wednesday night.

The York Catholic District School Board confirms that missing student went to St. Robert Catholic High School in nearby Thornhill, Ont.

Police say the death is not considered suspicious.

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