NAMPA, Idaho (AP) - The Canyon County Sheriff's Office in southwestern Idaho says it is investigating a suspicious death and is asking for help spotting a 1997 red and black Jeep Wrangler that's missing from the residence.
Chief Deputy Marv Dashiell says deputies responded at about 2:15 p.m. Thursday to a home just outside Nampa after a report of a deceased male.
Investigators say the 59-year-old man who lived at the home had external injuries, but the exact cause of death hasn't been determined.
Police say the Jeep's license plates were removed and it's unknown what plates, if any, the Jeep now has. Anyone seeing the jeep is asked to call police.
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