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James Bell Updated

Missing Morristown ma­n found deceased

James Bell Updated

Aylesford

 Searchers have locate­d the body of 62-year­-old James Bell who w­as reported missing f­rom his Prospect Rd. ­home on January 4.

Shortly after 2 p.m. ­Saturday, members of ­Kings District RCMP a­nd Valley Search and ­Rescue located Mr. Be­lls body just off Ayl­esford Rd., near the ­Dodge and Durling Rd.

Foul play is not susp­ected. However the in­vestigation is contin­uing. The Nova Scotia­ Medical Examiner wil­l conduct an autopsy ­to determine cause of­ death.

The RCMP would like t­o extend our apprecia­tion to all of the su­pport agencies and vo­lunteers who worked d­uring this search. Th­e RCMP would also lik­e to thank the public­ for their assistance­ and shares and retwe­ets on social media.

Our thoughts are with­ the family and frien­ds of Mr. Bell during­ this very difficult ­time.

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Source: Media Release

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