State Police ask for help while they investigate the mysterious death of a man they found at Ausable Chasm in the early hours of Sunday morning. Anyone with information regarding this incident to please contact state police at 518-873-2777.

A suspicious death over the weekend in Upstate New York has prompted local police to ask for the public's help while they continue their investigation.  Sadly, it happened at a very popular landmark in the Capital Region.

According to sources, police responded to an area near Ausable Chasm, a sandstone gorge and tourist attraction located near the hamlet of Keeseville, New York very early on Sunday morning.

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Ausable Chasm, Keenesville NY

According to MyNBC5,  state police members responded to State Route 9, AuSable Chasm Bridge, in the town of Chesterfield for a "suspicious death" in the early morning hours of Sunday, March 20th.

When troopers arrived on the scene just after 2 am, they located Kenneth C. Darrah, 37, of Keeseville, New York.  He was found deceased on the riverbank on the north bank of the river according to the source.

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State Police have not said why they consider it suspicious, but as the investigation continues they're asking anyone with information regarding this incident to please contact state police at 518-873-2777.

According to the source, an autopsy will be conducted at Glens Falls Hospital by Pathologist Michael Sikirica, MD, on March 21, 2023, around 10:00 a.m. and more information about his death will be made available to the public.

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