KCK police on the scene of a suspicious death near 14th and Osage

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Kansas City police are investigating a suspicious death Wednesday morning.

Police were dispatched at 3:44 a.m. to the area near 14th Street and Osage Avenue after neighbors reported finding a body.

Responding officers found a man outside bleeding from his head. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The cause of death was not apparent and is pending an autopsy.

Spokesperson for the KCK Police Department Cameron Morgan says the victim is a male in his 30s. Police say they aren't sure if the man lived at the home or even on the street where he was found. Officer Morgan says there’s evidence spread all down the street to the house where the man was found.

"It's every day down here," Patricia Butler said. "I've lost so much of my family members down here that it's, I'm used to it anymore. I mean my sister Pamela, all of them have been murdered and killed down here. It is sad, but it is what the world is coming to anymore."

Butler tells FOX 4 her daughter found the man's body. Butler's sister was only 10-years old when she was abducted from their KCK home and later killed. The investigation is characterized as one of the biggest man hunts ever undertaken in the Kansas City area.

Anyone with information regarding the man's death is asked to call the TIPS Hotline at (816) 474-TIPS.

Kansas City, Kan., police are on the scene of a suspicious death Wednesday, Jan. 18.

Kansas City, Kan., police are on the scene of a suspicious death Wednesday, Jan. 18.

Kansas City, Kan., police are on the scene of a suspicious death Wednesday, Jan. 18.

Kansas City, Kan., police are on the scene of a suspicious death Wednesday, Jan. 18.

Kansas City, Kan., police are on the scene of a suspicious death Wednesday, Jan. 18.

Kansas City, Kan., police are on the scene of a suspicious death Wednesday, Jan. 18.