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Possible motive revealed in homicide of man whose body was found in the Pittsfield State Forest

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PITTSFIELD — Prosecutors have for the first time revealed a possible motive in the killing of Reymon Delacruz-Batista, whose body was found in December in the Pittsfield State Forest.

And in other development, a defense lawyer has tied that homicide case to the March theft of a safe from the Pittsfield District Court that contained sealed documents related to Delacruz-Batista's killing. 

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Amanda Burke can be reached at aburke@berkshireeagle.com or 413-496-6296.

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