A missing 20-year-old man has been found dead after being last seen at a local Walmart.
Nicholas Jacolby Snead was a resident of High Point, North Carolina.
According to WGHP, Sneed was last spotted at a Walmart on South Main Street in High Point, and a full missing persons investigation began on December 23.
After that, they reportedly received hundreds of hints about his possible location.
However, authorities reportedly found Sneed disappeared en route to Greensboro.
Police also identified the car the 20-year-old man was driving as a black Infiniti M37.
Then, on the morning of January 6, a passerby called authorities to report an overturned vehicle in a ditch along Wendover Avenue in Greensboro.
The upside-down car was half submerged in the river when police arrived on the scene.
There was reportedly one dead inside at the time.
After the Greensboro Fire Department confirmed that the car had been there for some time because the engine was cold, investigators began establishing connections with Snead.
Eventually, they confirmed that the car belonged to Snead and that he was the person inside.
The Greensboro Police Department told WGHP that the investigation into Snead’s death is now being conducted by the Crash Recovery Unit as a “traffic fatality.”
As of January 7, the cause of the accident that resulted in Snead’s death is unknown.
This is an ongoing investigation and more information may be released in the coming days.
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