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First Photos: Mark Salling’s Body Taken From Death Scene After Shocking Suicide

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Jan. 30 2018, Updated 8:27 p.m. ET

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Weeks before his sentencing disgraced Glee star Mark Salling was found dead from suicide on January 30 near his home in Los Angeles, CA, and RadarOnline.com has obtained bone-chilling first photos of the death scene. Click here for more.

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In the graphic images, the late actor’s dead body can be seen carried by authorities in a blue body bag and loaded into the coroners van.

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Salling, who was only 35 at the time of his death, was found hanging from a tree near a baseball field in an apparent suicide, according to reports.

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In the alarming photographs, a group of six policemen can be seen carrying Salling’s body and placing it onto a gurney before transporting it into the vehicle.

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As readers know, a missing persons report was filed just hours before cops discovered Salling’s body.

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Cops out of the Foothill Division received a missing persons report at 3 am on January 30, LAPD spokesman Mike Lopez told Radar exclusively.

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Officials later discovered a body at the 11900 block of Big Tujunga Road in Sunland at about 8:50 am.

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Salling was was awaiting trial in his bombshell child porn case and was expected to serve up to seven years in prison.

If you or someone you know is in an emotional distress or suicidal, please call the Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

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