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Body of missing MO man found in Nemaha Co KS

(KMZA)--Foul play is not suspected in the death of a missing Missouri man whose body was found earlier this week in Nemaha County, Kansas.

Nemaha County Sheriff Rich Vernon told MSC News Friday that the body of 34-year-old Kyle Dillman, of St. Joseph, was found Tuesday afternoon in a car at the end of 124th Road, south of Baileyville, just a 1/2 mile west of "C" Road.

The Sheriff's Department had been notified of a car that been sitting in the same spot for over a 24-hour period..

Vernon said the death appears to have been caused by suicide, but remains under investigation.

The St. Joseph Police Department sent out an alert November 30th seeking the public's assistance in locating Dillman.  He had last been seen on November 26th.


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