Police Believe Body Found in Detroit River is Missing Dearborn Man
Wyandotte police said they responded to a call from the Coast Guard at about 1 p.m. Friday and recovered the body of a black male near Hennepin Point in the Detroit River.
Wyandotte police are saying that they believe the body found in the Detroit River Friday was a missing Dearborn man.
Police recovered the body of a black male from the Detroit River on Friday afternoon, the Wyandotte Police Department said in a statement.
Wyandotte and Grosse Ile police responded to a call at about 1:30 p.m. Friday from the United States Coast Guard after a body was spotted near Hennepin Point in the Detroit River.
The body was recovered and taken to the Wayne County Medical Office for identification.
The results have not yet been confirmed, but police told Patch Saturday morning that they believe it is the body of Dearborn resident Ramas Paull McCrory, and have notified the man's family.
McCrory was named as a missing person on Monday after clothing and other items belonging to the him were found abandoned near the Detroit River at the north end of Bishop Park on Saturday. Police also found an abandoned pick-up truck, which McCrory's girlfriend identified as his.