Missing: George Musser found dead, What happened to the 20 year Stillwater man? Explained

George Musser

George Musser was found dead by the Stillwater police. Nancy Musser and her daughter-in-law, Julia Musser are devastated by the death of the Stillwater man, George Musser. Let’s see what happened to George Musser in detail.

What happened to George Musser?

George Musser, a 20-year-old man from Stillwater was reported missing on December 24, 2022. After a day-long search, George Musser’s body was discovered on Sunday evening.

According to Stillwater Police Chief Brian Mueller, the corpse of the 20-year-old male was discovered in Baytown Township close to Osgood Avenue.

Musser’s corpse was discovered at 7 p.m. on Sunday, according to Stillwater police, according to Emily Dalbec, a family representative.

“I wouldn’t want to speculate on where he was going or what his intentions were,” Mueller said, but added that where he was found was not really on his way back home from the downtown restaurant where he was last seen. “It’s a little bit out of the way.”

According to Mueller, there was no sign of foul play, but said Musser’s death still is under investigation.

George Musser’s missing case:

A 20-year-old man was last seen at Brian’s Bar in downtown Stillwater at around 2:10 am on Saturday, December 24, according to the police.

Police requested public assistance in finding the Stillwater man. The community-led search party was also organized for finding the missing man on Sunday at 11:30 a.m. His family was also involved in the search for the missing man.

Hundreds gathered on Christmas morning and in the afternoon to search for Musser. The 20-year-old stayed at Brian’s Bar in Stillwater’s downtown till early on Saturday. One of the last people to see him was Ally McKay.

At approximately 1:30 a.m., he came up to the booth, I was sitting in with my friends and he was talking to us,” said McKay. “And he told us he had to go to the bathroom and then he never returned.

Near the bar, Musser’s wallet and keys were discovered. His car was still parked in the lot. He had on a grey button-up flannel, dark pants, and a black beanie. He wasn’t wearing a jacket.

“We looked for him at the bar close, but Brian was persistent that everyone gets out, so we left and we had to assume that he had found his way home,” said McKay.

Hunt for Stillwater man:

Police in Stillwater were unable to set up a modest search area on Sunday afternoon.

“We haven’t had very much luck with some of the electronic surveillance stuff we’ve been looking at, whether it’s cameras, cell phone, stuff like that,” said Stillwater Chief of Police Brian Mueller. “So it’s a very difficult situation.”

Emily Dalbec, Musser’s cousin, said, “We’re preparing for the worst but hoping for the best—and that’s why we’re urging everyone in the neighborhood to start looking.”

Family and friends started looking on Saturday, and they looked more actively on Christmas Day.

“I’m a father and it’s heartwarming. I can’t imagine what the family is going through,” said Mueller. “I talked with the family, since yesterday. It’s definitely a great community we live in–very fortunate. So I just hope we can find some closure for the Musser family.”

“We’re very fortunate to have all these people willing to be out at such cold temperatures on a holiday, looking for him,” said Dalbec.

Unfortunately, Stillwater police confirmed Sunday that a missing 20-year-old has been found deceased. According to police, George Musser was discovered at 7 p.m in Baytown Township. He was found on the site about 1/4 mile from the Oak Park Heights Correctional Center.

“George’s family has been notified. There is no other information at this time as this case is still under investigation,” police said.

Tributes to George Musser:

Angelina Diaz posted,

As a Mother of a 20-year-old, a resident of Stillwater and the fact Brian’s is where I hang out quite often—This Just all really hit home to Me!

My heart, healing, peace, prayers, love, and light goes out to the Musser family! No one should ever have to experience something like this. Especially on Christmas day. Please pray for George’s family! RIP young Man.

Rachel Ericksen Halek commented,

The community and the entire state of Minnesota are behind you, Nancy. We share in your grief and we are so sorry, this is such a difficult loss. Please lean on loved ones for support in these next few days. We love you guys!

Gina Barkey Kazmerski commented,

Our son was in George’s graduating class at SAHS. George and your family have been in our prayers. We are heartbroken about the loss of your son.

Shelby Wollenberg commented,

Thinking of you and your family during this difficult time. So sorry for your loss.

Katie Schoenrock commented,

Sending your family comfort and prayers.


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