Missing Norway, Mich. man's body found
TOWN OF NIAGARA (WLUK) -- Marinette County Sheriff Jerry Sauve says that the body of Andrew Bray was found near the Wisconsin shorelines downstream from Bomber's Golf Course on April 21.
Bray's death is believed to be a suicide and police do not suspect any foul play.
The body was noticed by volunteers from the Michigan Backcountry Search and Rescue team around 6:45 p.m.
Bray has been missing from Norway, MI since January. He was reportedly endangered and suicidal.
Earlier in January, Bray's car was found near the river at Bomber's Golf Course and officials found footprints in the snow leading down the river and out onto a piece of ice.
TOWN OF NIAGARA (WLUK) -- Officials are searching for a man after his car was found abandoned in Marinette County.
Deputies say they are searching for 78-year-old Andrew Bray of Norway, Michigan.
On Tuesday morning a snowplow driver discovered a car near the Menominee River by Bombers Golf Course in the Town of Niagara.
Bray came back as the registered owner of the car. Bray had been reported missing and suicidal by Michigan authorities.
Marinette County activated its dive team after footprints from the car were seen leading to the river bank, down a steep hill and out onto a piece of ice.
The strong current in the river caused the search to end.
If anyone has any information on Bray's whereabouts, please contact the Marinette County Sheriff's Office at (715) 732-7627.