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Missing Swartz Creek Man Found Dead

Authorities Say No Foul Play Suspected in Death of Patrick Weinheimer, Family Says He Wouldn't Walk Away from Everything

Updated at 8:33pm 2/21/19 - Posted by Durand Now at 1:36pm 2/18/19

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UPDATE: Tragic news to share as authorities confirm the body of missing man, Paul Weinheimer, was found on Thursday; eight days after he disappeared.  Police aren't giving any details except that foul play is not suspected, WJRT-TV reports.  Meanwhile, family members told WNEM-TV that Weinheimer, who reportedly owned a trucking company called Legacy Auto Transport, is "not the kind that would just walk away from everything."  

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Weinheimer family.

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Patrick Paul Weinheimer was last seen late Tuesday night/early Wednesday morning, February 13th, at 12:30am, walking away from the Speedway gas station on Grand Blanc Road at US-23 in Mundy Township.  His work truck was parked at the gas station across the street.  Weinheimer, 41, is believed to be endangered and Metro Police Authority of Genesee County is asking for help finding him.  A significant search has been underway for days, with K-9s and a helicopter on the hunt, and officers going door-to-door, as well.  Still, Weinheimer remains missing.

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Wienheimer is 6 feet tall, 250 pounds, has red hair and green eyes, and may have been wearing the reflective vest seen in the photos above.

If you see Weinheimer, please call Metro Police Authority of Genesee County at 810-820-2190 or Genesee County Central Dispatch at 810-732-9911.

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