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SEMINOLE COUNTY, OK-After more than a week of searching, OSBI said they've found the body of 32-year-old Nathan Blankenship.
OSBI's Jessica Brown said Blankenship's body was found in Seminole county at around 6:30 Thursday night. She said a witness helped lead agents to the body, which was located near Highway 3590 just north of Highway 59.
Blankenship, whose last address is Lindsay, had been missing from Oklahoma City since February 2nd. Brown said investigators suspect foul play.
"Right now the medical examiner will take custody of the body and perform an autopsy to determine the cause and manner of death. The OSBI will be opening a homicide investigation at this point," she said.
Brown said they are also working to determine how Blankenship's body ended up in Seminole county.