Body found in Laclede County Creek appears to be murder, sheriff says

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A Marshfield man was discovered in Laclede County late last week and officials believe it was a homicide. 

The Laclede County Sheriff’s Office and the Missouri Highway Patrol Division of Drug and Crime Control are investigating the death of Nathan Andrew Young, 33. Young’s body was discovered Friday afternoon in a creek bed off of Kinfolk Road in rural Laclede County. The body was discovered by a man and a woman who were at the creek bed looking for arrowheads. The body was approximately 100 yards off the roadway, a Facebook post from the sheriff’s office says.

Young had been reported as a missing person to the Laclede County Sheriff’s Office on Nov. 4 by family members. He had not been seen or heard from by friends, family or associates since Oct 25, according to the department. The missing person case had been assigned to a follow up investigator.

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