As per reports, a search for a missing 20-year-old student, George Musser on Christmas Day ended tragically when his body was discovered in Baytown Township at around 7 p.m. “The members of George’s family have been informed. Since the investigation into this case is ongoing, we have no further details to share, “Sunday, cops reported.
Hundreds of people came on Christmas morning to help look for Musser, who was last seen at a bar in the Minneapolis-St. Paul region early on Saturday morning. He was last seen at Brian’s Bar in the heart of downtown Stillwater.
Ally McKay was one of the last people to see him alive. McKay recalled that at about 1:30 a.m., the man had approached the booth where he and his buddies were sitting. And then he said he had to go the restroom and disappeared without a trace.
The bartenders discovered Musser’s keys and wallet nearby
His vehicle was still sitting in the lot. His outfit was made up of a black hat, a grey plaid button-shirt, and dark denim. Even though it was freezing, he wasn’t wearing a jacket.
McKay explained, “When the pub closed, we looked for him, but Brian insisted everyone go, so we did.” They eventually departed and “had to presume that he had found his way home.”
Emily Dalbec, Musser’s cousin, said, “We’re preparing for the worst but hoping for the best — and that’s why we’re urging everyone in the community to start looking.” Friends and family started looking on a Saturday and found even more people doing so on Christmas Day.
Stillwater Police Chief Brian Mueller called the investigation a “very challenging circumstance” and said they had little success despite scrutinizing security cameras and cellular tracking data.