MUSKEGON, Mich. (WOOD) - The body of a Muskegon man for whom police had been searching has been found in Ruddiman Lagoon.
Craig Harpe, 53, was reported missing Monday after having last been seen around 3:30 a.m. Family members said he had Multiple Sclerosis -- a disease of the central nervous system that affects motor function -- and it was not like him to disappear.
Around 1 p.m. Tuesday, Harpe's body was found in the water on the northeast side of Ruddiman Lagoon about 200 yards from Lakeshore Drive in Muskegon.
The cause of death has not yet been determined. A Coroner's review is pending.
Authorities started searching the area of McGraft Park around Ruddiman Lagoon Monday "as part of an expanded search area."
Involved in the search were the Muskegon Police and Fire Departments, Blue Lake Search and Rescue, Muskegon County Marine/Dive Unit, Ottawa County Marine Unit, Kent County Search and Rescue and the Norton Shores Dive Team.
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