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Autopsy Reveals Former S-E Principal Keith Reed Died from Multiple Gunshot Wounds

Photo provided by the Clymer School District website.

Residents in the Sherburne community are still in shock after hearing about the death of former Sherburne-Earlville principal Keith Reed, Jr.

Reed’s body was found in woods behind his home in Clymer, NY, on Monday morning. An autopsy Tuesday confirmed that 51-year-old Reed died of multiple gunshot wounds.

His death was ruled a homicide. Reed had moved to Clymer in Chautauqua County a year ago after taking a job as superintendent at Clymer schools.

The sheriff’s department, joined by the FBI, returned to the scene to look for clues. No motive for the homicide has been uncovered.

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