SACO, Maine (AP) — Police say an autopsy confirmed that a body discovered last week in Saco, Maine, was that of a man who was reported missing in November.
Police say the body of 26-year-old Christopher Noonan was found a half-mile from the home where he was reported missing. The body was discovered Friday.
Saco police say Noonan ran out of the home and into some nearby woods after an argument.
Police and game wardens with search dogs and a plane searched hundreds of acres but failed to find him. A property owner discovered the body while plowing fields.