Body of missing Michigan man located

Posted: 10:40 PM, Jan 03, 2017
Updated: 2017-04-24 04:30:32-04
Investigators Search for Missing Man from...
Investigators Search for Missing Man from...
UPDATE -- The Marinette County Sheriff's Office says the body of Andrew Bray was recovered near the Wisconsin shoreline, downstream of Bomber's Golf Course in the Town of Niagara on Friday, April 21. 
Sheriff Jerry Sauve says it was recovered at around 6:45 p.m. by volunteers from the Michigan Backcountry Search and Rescue team. 
The sheriff's office says Bray's death is believed to be a suicide and that no foul play is suspected in the investigation. 
The Marinette County Sheriff’s Dept. is helping search for a missing man from Norway, Michigan.
According to deputies, a snowplow driver found a car near the Menominee River in the Town of Niagara. The footprints lead to the river bank, down a hill and out to a piece of ice. The dive team was activated.
The car was registered to Andrew M. Bray, who is 78 years old. 
Bray was reported missing and suicidal to Michigan authorities. 
The Wisconsin DNR is also assisting with the investigation with the use of their underwater remote controlled search vehicle. Authorities say they did not find anything. The search was hampered by dark, deep water and a very strong current.
The search has been terminated for now due to weather conditions. 
If anyone has information about this case, please call the Marinette County Sheriff’s Dept. at 715.732.7627.