Thursday, December 13, 2012

Truck of missing man, skeletal remains found in White Co.

Posted By on Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 2:59 PM

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A truck belonging to a man who has been missing since May has been found in a remote part of White County, with skeletal remains nearby.

James Ellworth Rainerson, 63, was reported missing on May 15. He had last been seen on May 12 in Cabot, driving his black 2008 Ford pickup. He was apparently on his way to the Walmart in Heber Springs, where he planned to pick up medication.

On Wednesday, a witness reported seeing a black Ford truck parked in a rural part of White County. The truck has since been confirmed as belonging to Rainerson. Skeletal remains were also found at the scene, but they have not yet been positively identified.

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