The body of Nathan Millard, a Georgia man who went missing during a business trip to Louisiana, was found off Scenic Highway in Baton Rouge.
On Monday, a Baton Rouge police officer confirmed the news of the discovery, bringing an end to the weeks of hope that had been kept by Millard’s coworkers in Conyers where he worked for Advanced Construction.
Millard’s wife Amber spoke of the nightmare she cannot seem to wake up from and recalled his last moments before his disappearance.
According to Amber, the last time she saw Nathan alive was on a Facetime call while he was at a college basketball game, before he went off to a few places and Happy’s Irish Pub on Third Street in downtown Baton Rouge to have drinks.
It was around 11:30 p.m. on February 23 that Millard had been last seen alive. The police began to investigate and surveillance images revealed a seemingly unknown person using Millard’s debit card after he had disappeared.
Finally, after an approximate three mile search, the body of the missing individual was located in a vacant lot off of a highway about 3 miles from where he was last seen. It was reportedly wrapped in a rug and plastic.
It is yet to be determined what caused his death but Baton Rouge police are currently not conducting a homicide investigation.