One of two close friends and coworkers who went missing in February has been found dead. A second set of remains, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, are being identified.
On February 25 in East Point, Jason Salter and Kenny Guerra were last seen. The Rockstar Lifestyle Print Shop in South Fulton County is owned by the two fathers.
Friends claim that Salter’s Altima was discovered at a Family Dollar parking lot and Guerra’s BMW was discovered at an apartment building in southwest Atlanta.
The Fulton County Medical Examiner informed Channel 2’s Matt Johnson on Monday that Salter, 39, whose remains were discovered in the Chattahoochee Hills region last month, have been positively identified. Guerra’s identity is unknown.
According to the GBI, scientists are using DNA processing to identify the second set of remains.
According to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Salter’s death is being looked into as a possible homicide. The cause of death for Salter has not been disclosed by the Medical Examiner.
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At 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Salter’s family intends to address the media at the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s main office.
The two men’s friends and family members pleaded with Audrey Washington of Channel 2 to find them alive last month.
Torey Tomlinson, a friend, remarked, “These two guys, they are loved by so many.”
In relation to the men’s disappearance and Salter’s demise, police have not named any suspects.
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