CONWAY COUNTY, Ark. (KTHV) -- The remains of a businessman who had been missing for more than seven years were found in March. Since the findings, many have been waiting for medical examiners to determine his cause of death.
According to a press release sent to THV11 on Friday evening, John Glasgow's manner of death was listed as "undetermined" in the medical examiner's report. Sheriff Mike Smith said the case will remain open.
Glasgow, who was the chief financial officer for CDI Contractors LLC, disappeared more than seven years ago. He was last seen leaving his Little Rock home the morning of January 28, 2008, and his vehicle was reported having been seen later by tourists at Mather Lodge on Petit Jean Mountain.
Hikers stumbled across a skull, and by using dental records, officials were able to determine the remains to be those of John Glasgow.
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