Missing Alabama man’s body found in his own deep freezer

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An Alabama man that went missing on July 12 has been found dead inside his own freezer.

Michael Dwayne Graham, 40, was reported missing from his Greenville home by his family when  his employer said he had not shown up for work  

“Wayne,” was last spotted leaving his home on Butler County Road 38 (South Shackelville Road) off of AL-10 (Pineapple Highway) around 2 p.m. on Sunday, July 12, reports Al.com

 “He’s never done anything like that before. If he goes out for a long period of time, he always lets us know,” his niece, Tasha Graham told My Fox news, said during the search. “I don’t know what could have happened. That’s what puzzles my mind.”

Police went to Wayne’s house and did not find him, then his car was found along the interstate north of Atlanta, and the person who had been driving it was tracked to North Carolina, after authorities found he had been dropped off there.

“We were able to obtain a search warrant when we came back and searched the house here very good. During the search, we found a body in the freezer. Right now, that’s being transported to the Department of Forensic Sciences for an autopsy to find out the cause of death and the identification. We believe it to be the missing person but we’ll wait until we get the autopsy report back,” said Sheriff Kenny Harden. 

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