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What became of the 20-year-old Stillwater man after George Musser was discovered dead?

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The Stillwater police found George Musser dead. The passing of George Musser, a Stillwater resident, has devastated Nancy Musser and Julia Musser, her daughter-in-law. Let’s examine George Musser’s situation in more detail.

On December 24, 2022, Stillwater resident George Musser, age 20, went missing. On Sunday night, George Musser’s body was found after a day-long search. In Baytown Township, close to Osgood Avenue, the body of the 20-year-old man was found, according to Stillwater Police Chief Brian Mueller. Follow For More Updates at satiknews.com

How did George Musser fare?

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According to Emily Dalbec, a family representative, Stillwater police discovered Musser’s body at 7 p.m. on Sunday. Mueller stated, “I wouldn’t want to speculate on where he was heading or what his objectives were,” but noted that the location of his discovery was not really where he was headed after leaving the downtown café where he was last seen.

The case of missing George Musser

On Saturday, December 24, about 2:10 a.m., a 20-year-old man was last seen at Brian’s Bar in downtown Stillwater, according to the police. Police asked for help from the public in locating the Stillwater man. On Sunday around 11:30 a.m., a community-led search party was also set up to look for the missing guy. The man’s relatives also took part in the hunt for him.

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On Christmas morning and in the afternoon, a large crowd gathered to look for Musser. The 20-year-old lingered at Brian’s Bar until early on Saturday morning in Stillwater’s downtown. Ally McKay was one of the last individuals to see him.

Musser’s wallet and keys were found close to the bar. His car was still in the parking lot. He was dressed in dark jeans, a black beanie, and a grey button-up flannel. He didn’t have a jacket on.

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We searched the bar area closely for him, but Brian insisted that everyone leave, so we had to leave and presume that he had made his way home, according to McKay.

Search for the Stillwater man

According to Stillwater Chief of Police Brian Mueller, “We haven’t had much luck with some of the electronic surveillance items we’ve been looking at, whether it’s cameras, cell phones, or something like that. So, it’s a pretty challenging scenario.

Musser’s cousin Emily Dalbec declared, We’re preparing for the worst but praying for the best—and that’s why we’re encouraging everyone in the area to start looking. On Saturday, family and friends began looking, and on Christmas Day, they looked more vigorously. For the latest news, follow us on Google News

“I love it because I’m a dad. I’m speechless when I think of the family’s situation, said Mueller. The family and I have been speaking since yesterday. We are extremely blessed to reside in such a wonderful community. I simply hope that the Musser family can receive some solace. We’re quite lucky to have all of these folks prepared to spend a holiday in the bitter weather searching for him, added Dalbec.

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