INDUSTRY (KDKA) –An autopsy will be done on a body found in the Ohio River yesterday.

Police and dive crews were called to the Montgomery Lock and Dam in Potter Township, near Industry around 5 p.m. on Wednesday.

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They were able to pull the body from the river just before 9 p.m.

So far, a positive identification has not been made, but officials believe it is the man who was swept away in the Ohio River in Monaca last week.

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On July 1, 22-year-old Jason Moore was swimming in the river with a 17-year-old. Both of them got trapped in the water. Rescue crews were able to pull the teen to safety, but Moore was pulled under the surface of the water and never came back up.

Water rescue crews searched the night of July 1 and then again on July 2, but they could not find Moore.

Friends and family say Moore frequently swam in the pier area of the Ohio River in Monaca. They said he was a strong swimmer who loved the outdoors.

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