- Associated Press - Tuesday, November 8, 2016

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Authorities say duck hunters found a man’s body in the marshes of the Great Salt Lake.

Weber County sheriff’s deputies wrote in a Monday news release that the body was found Saturday morning and later identified as 40-year-old John Michael Foulke.

Investigators say they aren’t sure of the cause of death but don’t suspect foul play. Weber County Sheriff’s Lt. Nate Hutchinson tells the Standard-Examiner that an initial autopsy found no signs of trauma or water in Foulke’s lungs.

Deputies wrote that Foulke was last seen parking his car in the Ogden High School Parking lot on Oct. 28. They wrote that he wasn’t dressed for the weather and it’s not known why he was in the area.

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