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Hunters Find Missing Man's Body in the Badlands

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Hunters find a man's body in the Badlands.

Around 8:24 Saturday morning, the McKenzie County Sheriff's Department received a report of a deceased male in the Badlands.

According to a news release, hunters found the body east of Highway 85 off of Forest Service Road.

The deceased man is believed to be Duncan Templer of Hillsboro who has been missing since July 24th when he was reported missing by his family.

He had allegedly told a family member that he was going to take his own life in the Badlands and his semi was found parked at an overlook south of Watford City.

There were several search attempts for Templer, including by the Bismarck Mounted police.

The body was found around three miles east of Templer's last known location.

According to the sheriff's department, no signs of foul play are evident, and the body is being taken to the State Medical Examiner for positive identification.

The incident is still under investigation.

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