A 19-year-old from Manahawkin was found dead at a recycling plant in Pennsylvania after walking off from a house party near Kutztown University.

Kellen Bischoff, in Kutztown visiting a family member, wandered off alone in the early Saturday morning hours, CBS News reports.

Bischoff reportedly ended up behind a Dollar Tree store off Constitution Blvd. where he was observed climbing into a dumpster.

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According to Berks County District Attorney's office, surveillance video then captured a trash truck arriving to the Dollar Tree, where the dumpster's contents were emptied into the vehicle's back compartment before being compressed and transported to a local recycling complex.

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Kutztown Borough Police responded to reports of a body having been found at Total Recycling Facility off Lincoln Rd. around 9 a.m. Saturday morning, CBS News reports, and it was identified as Kellen Bischoff.

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Authorities believe Bischoff's death was accidental, and doesn't appear to involve foul play.

Kutztown Borough took to Facebook to dispel a rumor that Bischoff was being chased by police and that's why he hid.

Bischoff was a 2022 graduate of Southern Regional High School in Manahawkin.

A service will reportedly be held Sunday, November 20th from 2-6 p.m. at Maxwell-Tobie Funeral Home on Mill Creek Road in Manahawkin.

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Our thoughts are with the family and friends of Kellen Bischoff at this difficult time.

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