Man Found Dead After Christmas Search in Minnesota
CBS Minnesota reported that according to Stillwater Police, a Christmas Day search ended in tragedy, when a man, 20 years of age, George Musser was found dead around 7 p.m. in Baytown Township. On Sunday, Police said, “George’s family has been notified, however, no further details are available as this matter is still under investigation.”
CBS Minnesota`s Ren Clayton reports that on the morn of Christmas, many individuals gathered to join the search for a man named George Musser, who was last seen at a bar in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area on early Saturday morning.
According to the station said, George was at Bryan’s Bar in downtown Stillwater, and Ally McKay was one of the witnesses to see him before he has gone missing. McKay said, “At 8:30 a.m., George came up to the booth where I was sitting with my mates and talking to us. Also, he told us he has to go to the bathroom, and never came back.”
Missing 20-Year-Old Found Dead After Christmas Day Search
According to a published post by CBS News, George Musser’s belongings: key, and wallet, were found near the bar. His car was still in the parking lot. George wore a black beanie, grey flannel with buttons, and dark jeans. Despite the cold temperature, he was not wearing a jacket.
George’s family and friends continue to find him on Saturday, on Christmas Day. Unfortunately, Stillwater Chief of Police Brian Mueller stated that they are in a “problematic situation” after checking CCTV and cellphone tracking data, resulting in no luck in finding George Musser.