The Baton Rouge Police Division has confirmed that they positioned lacking Nathan Millard‘s physique early Monday morning.
“Nathan Millard, 42 was discovered deceased this morning round 3:34am within the 2900 block of Scenic Hwy. The reason for demise is unknown presently pending post-mortem outcomes,” BRPD stated in a Monday Fb publish.
Millard, a married father of 5 and development director from Georgia, was final seen at a bar referred to as Joyful’s Irish Pub after attending a Louisiana State College basketball recreation with a shopper on Feb. 23.
Round 11:30 p.m., Millard left Joyful’s to return to his resort room however by no means made it again, Millard’s highschool buddy, Matt Nonetheless, beforehand informed Fox Information Digital.
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The bar the place he was final seen is a couple of two-minute stroll from the Courtyard Marriott resort in downtown Baton Rouge the place Millard was staying.
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The placement the place Millard’s physique was positioned is a couple of 7-minute drive from Joyful’s.
“That is an ongoing investigation. Extra data can be launched because it turns into obtainable,” BRPD stated.
BRPD has not launched any additional data referring to Millard’s disappearance and demise.
Baton Rouge police have apparently proven Millard’s spouse video footage of somebody utilizing Millard’s bank card and stated the cardboard has been used quite a few instances since Miller was final seen, in accordance with Nonetheless.
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Tim Miller, founding father of Texas EquuSearch, a nonprofit that helps discover lacking individuals, informed Fox Information Digital on Saturday that his workforce was aiding with the seek for Millard.
Authorities are asking anybody with details about the case to contact BRPD’s Lacking Individuals Division at (225) 389-3853 or Crime Stoppers at (225) 344-7867.
Fox Information’ Chris Eberhart contributed to this report.