Update: Police ID Man In Suspected Suicide At Pitney Bowes In Stamford

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Pitney Bowes security is keeping people from walking directly by the Stamford scene where a person reportedly jumped Tuesday morning. Photo Credit: Anthony Buzzeo

UPDATE 4:15 p.m.: STAMFORD, Conn. — The man suspected of jumping out a window at the Pitney Bowes headquarters in Stamford has been identified, police announced Tuesday afternoon.

The man, who worked at Pitney Bowes, was identified as Xavier Tamayo, 43, of Stamford, Lt. Diedrich Hohn said.

The case was still being investigated as a suicide, Hohn said.

Update 1:35 p.m.: STAMFORD, Conn. — Police were investigating an apparent suicide after a man’s body was found at Pitney Bowes headquarters in Stamford on Tuesday morning, Capt. Richard Conklin said.

Police found his body at about 9:15 a.m. under an open window seven or eight floors up, the captain said. The man, who is an employee of Pitney Bowes, was reported missing Monday night by his family, Conklin said.

Nothing appeared to be suspicious, but the investigation was still open, the captain said.

Original: STAMFORD, Conn. -- Police were  investigating a report of a person jumping off the Pitney Bowes building in Stamford, police said Tuesday morning.

Several officers were on the scene and had taped off a section of the outdoor parking lot next to the building and blocked off the lot's entrance.

Pitney Bowes security is keeping people from walking directly by the scene.

The Pitney Bowes world headquarters is located at 1 Elmcroft Road in Stamford. 

Check back with The Daily Voice for more on this breaking story. 

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I am so sorry to see something like this happen, my heart feels for his family and all those affected by this tragedy.
The stress in life is overpowering at times.
Treat other people with care,
life is too short to go through with the mission of insulting and attempting to hurt those that don't see things your way.
If you don't have anything relevant and useful to say, just don't say anything at all.


Oh, shut up.

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