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Posted: 11:09 p.m. Sunday, July 20, 2014

Body of Dayton officer's son found in Beavercreek

By Breaking News Staff


The body of a Dayton police officer's son was found late last week, the Montgomery County Coroner's Office confirmed Sunday night.

Christopher Mollohan, 36, was found deceased Friday, four days after investigators found his truck. He reportedly was found not far from his vehicle in the area of the Gateway Park bike path in Beavercreek, where he was last seen alive July 2.

Foul play is not suspected in his death, according to the coroner's office, which said it delayed official identification of Mollohan's body until dental records were reviewed and family members notified.

Fliers seeking information about Mollohan's whereabouts began appearing within the last two weeks on Instagram, asking the public to help find him. He is the son of Dayton Officer Jim Mollohan, Maj. Brian Johns, East Patrol Operations Division commander, said earlier this month.

Christopher Mollohan did not return to work after a scheduled vacation in Georgia. He had called his grandparents there to say he wouldn't be able to make it, John said.

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