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Ocean City Police on scene Monday morning at the Sea Bay Hotel on 60th Street. Officers and other authorities were called to investigate a death.

UPDATE: Thursday, 2 p.m.

Ocean City Police identified the man who died outside of the Sea Bay Hotel at 60th Street as Nathanael Stroup.

No other information was provided.

UPDATE: Wednesday 11 a.m.

Police identified the person who died outside of a hotel on 60th Street as a 42-year-old man from Hyattsville, Maryland.

No other details about the man were provided as the investigation is still active.

UPDATE: 3:50 p.m.

According to a Facebook post from the Ocean City Police Department, a citizen contacted police on Monday morning after finding an unconscious man outside of a hotel on 60th Street.

Ocean City Paramedics responded and after an evaluation, pronounced the man dead at the scene.

Police said they do not plan to release the name of the victim at this time and that an active investigation is underway.

The body of the victim, according to the statement, was to be transported to the chief medical examiner's office where an autopsy would be conducted.

ORIGINAL STORY:

Ocean City Police are investigating a death at a hotel in midtown Ocean City.

According to a police spokesperson, authorities were called Monday morning to the Sea Bay Hotel on 60th Street in response to a dead body. Officers, detectives, forensics officers and public safety aids all responded to the scene.

The spokesperson said the incident is under investigation and declined to provide any other details.

This story will be updated.

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