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Police found the body of a missing Crestwood man in Marion County Monday after he left a cabin during the weekend to go four-wheeling and did not return.Friends of Bobby Angell, 48, searched for him throughout the day Saturday and reported him missing to Kentucky State Police Sunday morning.Kentucky State Police located Angell’s body off Dry Ridge Road during a helicopter search Monday. Angell was pronounced dead at 7:30 p.m. The body will undergo an autopsy in Louisville.Marion County Deputy Coroner Tom Colvin said he believes Angell went over a bluff on a four-wheeler.“It was pretty rough terrain,” Colvin said.Marion County emergency personnel, including members from several nearby fire departments, the sheriff’s office and KSP conducted an eight-hour search for Angell Sunday near Raywick.KSP learned Angell was missing at 8:21 a.m. Sunday morning. Local search efforts based their operation near the cabin where Angell was staying.The search began about 10 a.m. Sunday, according to Chuck Helm, the Marion County assistant emergency management director. It ended around 6 p.m.Rescuers twice combed the areas Angell may have traveled from Nelson to LaRue County, Luce said. Teams conducted their searches on ATVs and horseback.A search helicopter was grounded Sunday due to low visibility. KSP aircraft were dispatched Monday to the Dry Fork area to assist in the search.
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