Body that washed ashore along Lake Erie is ID’d as missing Willoughby Hills man

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ASHTABULA, Ohio — Authorities say a body that washed ashore along Lake Erie has been identified as a northeastern Ohio man who had been missing for weeks.

The Ashtabula County coroner’s office says it hasn’t yet determined the cause and manner of death for 58-year-old Steven Dreyer, of Willoughby Hills, but found no sign of foul play.

The body was found April 4 east of Geneva-On-The-Lake.

Dreyer had been reported missing in January after taking his son to school but not showing up for work. Police found his car at a park, with the keys in the ignition and his wallet on the seat.

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