Body pulled from pond identified as West Chester man missing since January

The body of a man that was recovered from a West Chester pond has been identified as Alex Enslen, who had been missing since January.The pond is located about a quarter-mile from where Enslen was last seen on Jan. 31.The Butler County Coroner has identified the body as 31-year-old Alex Enslen. The cause of death is listed as accidental drowning. Enslen was last seen on Jan. 31 near a Domino’s Pizza about a quarter-mile from the pond.Investigators said Enslen had been drinking and watching the game at home then headed to the Old Village Tavern nearby. He was eventually thrown out of the bar. He was last spotted on video at a Dominos about a quarter mile from the pond. “It’s really sad. I heard his mom has been out looking for him every day, “said Eliajh Speegle who lives near the pond where the body was found.” I can not imagine what they’re going through, “said Cameron Rush, another resident of the apartments. “It’s heartbreaking for sure.” Equusearch Midwest, who had been helping search for Enslen released a statement after the body was identified as Enslen. “Our deepest sympathies and prayers are with Alex’s family and friends during this time. We were honored to help search for Alex and to meet his generous and amazing family on a few occasions. The search is over, Alex will be laid to rest. ”

The body of a man that was recovered from a West Chester pond has been identified as Alex Enslen, who had been missing since January.

The pond is located about a quarter-mile from where Enslen was last seen on Jan. 31.

The Butler County Coroner has identified the body as 31-year-old Alex Enslen. The cause of death is listed as accidental drowning.

Enslen was last seen on Jan. 31 near a Domino’s Pizza about a quarter-mile from the pond.

Investigators said Enslen had been drinking and watching the game at home then headed to the Old Village Tavern nearby. He was eventually thrown out of the bar. He was last spotted on video at a Dominos about a quarter mile from the pond.

“It’s really sad. I heard his mom has been out looking for him every day, ”said Eliajh Speegle who lives near the pond where the body was found.

“I can not imagine what they’re going through,” said Cameron Rush, another resident of the apartments. “It’s heartbreaking for sure.”

Equusearch Midwest, who had been helping search for Enslen released a statement after the body was identified as Enslen.

“Our deepest sympathies and prayers are with Alex’s family and friends during this time. We were honored to help search for Alex and to meet his generous and amazing family on a few occasions. The search is over, Alex will be laid to rest.”

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