HUDSON, Ill. (AP) — Police in central Illinois say they've located the body of a Normal man who went missing two weeks ago.
WJBC radio in Bloomington reports that a fisherman discovered the body of 35-year-old Sebert Crose Jr. late Sunday in Evergreen Lake. That's near Hudson just north of Bloomington and Normal. The McLean County coroner identified the body as Crose. He was last seen April 15. An autopsy is scheduled for Monday afternoon.
Normal police were working to find Crose along with police from Bloomington and the McLean County Sheriff's Office. Authorities say an investigation continues.
Information from: WJBC-AM, http://www.wjbc.com
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