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Body of Man Missing Since September Found in Antrim County

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We have an update on an Antrim County man who went missing nearly two months ago.

A group of hunters found the body of 84-year-old Winston Gordon in Central Lake Township yesterday morning.

The sheriff says Gordon's car was stuck in some mud and it appears he  tried to get it free, but couldn't

His body was near the car.

Gordon was last seen on Sept. 13 at a gas station at South Airport and Garfield Roads.

He appeared disoriented and asked for directions to get back to Bellaire.

His car was found in a heavily wooded area, not visible from the air or roadways.

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