DEERFIELD, Ill. (CBS) — A body was pulled from a retention pond in north suburban Deerfield on Friday.

Around 8 a.m., police responded to the 400 block of Kelburn Road in the Coramandel subdivision – a group of condo buildings ringing several retention ponds in Deerfield.

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A man’s body was pulled from a pond at the subdivision a short time later

Officers surrounded the body as the Lake County Coroner’s office arrived on the scene with a stretcher to take him away for an autopsy.

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One neighbor said he thinks the pond is at least 6 feet deep. He was surprised to see so many cops outside his home.

“Just heard a lot of police, a lot of sirens go on, and I looked outside, and there was a swarm of ambulances, firemen, I think as well, and policeman out there,” Steve Katz said. “Never seen that in this community, ever. Sixteen years here, never seen it.”

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Police could not provide further details of how the man ended up in the pond, but said foul play was not suspected.