(WOIO) - New developments in the case of an Arkansas man who went missing while driving to visit family in Shaker Heights over the summer.
57-year-old Randy Super, whom is diabetic, left Arkansas on July 12. He made it to Mt. Vernon, Illinois that night, and called his family to say he would be in Cleveland soon. His family has not heard from him since.
On Thursday, police in Mt. Vernon, Illinois received information from a motorist that he had observed what appeared to be a bumper of a vehicle protruding from a body of water.
He stopped and further investigated and obtained the license plate of the vehicle. He was driving very slowly due to mechanical problems with the vehicle he was riding in.
After he "Googled" the license plate, he discovered the truck was associated with a missing persons report filed by the Mt. Vernon Police Department.
The truck belongs to missing person Randy Super from Cove, AR that was last seen in Mt. Vernon in July. The truck had apparently ran off the road through a fence, struck a tree, rolled over several times and landed in a body of water.
The individual described the truck which matched the description of Super's truck as well.
There is an autopsy scheduled to identify the body and cause of death.