St. Paul police identified three bodies found in the Mississippi River in the last week.
Two of the bodies were found along the city's West Side, one near the Pioneer Press printing plant, the other just upstream from the Lafayette Bridge. The third was found in the water near the Ford dam.
"None of these cases are related to one another. Foul play is not suspected," said John Keating, spokesman for the St. Paul Police department.
One of the victims was found June 6, and has been identified as 21-year-old Peter Aguilar, of St. Paul.
He was seen near the Wabasha Street bridge early that morning. Felix Lopez was last seen on his houseboat near Harriet Island on Sunday and is believed to have fallen into the river, police say.
The third victim was 19-year-old Glenn Cooper, of Boise, Idaho. She was last seen in the river on Friday, near the Hennepin Avenue bridge in Minneapolis.
All three are thought to have drowned, according to police.