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Missing Idaho man’s body found in Logan River, no foul play suspected

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Posted at 8:02 AM, Sep 18, 2014
and last updated 2014-09-18 15:30:10-04

BEAR LAKE, Utah – The Oneida County Sheriff’s office has confirmed the body of the Idaho man reported missing near Bear Lake has been found. Bert Singleton

Cache County Lt. Mike Peterson said 62-year-old Bert Singleton either accidentally drowned or suffered some kind of medical event.

The medical examiner is investigating to determine how he died.

The Malad City, Idaho, resident was reported missing after his family said he didn’t return from a photography trip Wednesday night.

Utah Highway Patrolmen found  Singleton’s white 1998 Suzuki Sidekick on the side of Highway 89 near mile marker 472 in Logan Canyon.

Troopers walked a few yards from Singleton’s car and found his body floating in the Logan River.

Officials said no foul play is suspected.