A caretaker who mows the grass at Most Holy Trinity Cemetery in Bushwick was making rounds around 9:15 this morning when he came across a dead body, according to the NYPD. The department confirmed that the victim, a man who appears to have been in his 30s, was beginning to decompose. He had likely been in the park "for a day or two," according to a spokesman.

The 23-acre cemetery, with an entrance at 685 Central Avenue near the Wilson Avenue L stop, was established in 1851 by the local German Catholic community. It's characterized by wooden crosses and "rusted metal markers," according to the New York Cemetery Project.

Cops have yet to ID the victim, and the Medical Examiner's cause of death report is pending. The NY Post reports that the NYPD is trying to determine if the body—which didn't show signs of trauma—was dumped inside the cemetery.