The body of a missing Texas man was discovered Wednesday in his wrecked vehicle.
A volunteer firefighter conducted a search on behalf of the family and found Robert Molds, 63,’s vehicle. It is not known how long it had been there.
The 2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon spirit was located near US 380 and east of Country Road 1110. Molds is believed to be traveling eastbound near the Wise County Sheriff’s Department when he drove over the median.
His car likely crossed the westbound lanes and into the wooded area before crashing into a dry creek bed.
It does not appear that other vehicles were involved in the accident.
Sheriff Lane Akin said Molds may have had a medical problem while driving, but the Dallas County Medical Examiner’s Office will make an official determination as to his cause of death.
The crash is under investigation by the Texas DPS, which is investigating the incident as a fatal crash.
Molds was reported missing by his family on April 8 after being unable to reach him for several days.
He was also not found at his Lewisville home.
His home was searched by Lewisville Police, who found signs of foul play. GPS location data from Mold’s cell phone from April 3 to April 5 showed he was in Wise County.
His family said he enjoys fishing in the area.
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