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Body found in barn identified

DANVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A body discovered in a central Kentucky barn has been identified as a man who was last seen alive in early March.

The Danville Coroner identified the man as 31-year-old Clint Disken by his tattoos.

Neighbor James Sizemore said he didn't think anything was out of the ordinary when he didn't see Clint around . He said Disken's roommate said, "He had told us Clint had moved out, he didn't know where he went. We didn't know the guy, we just didn't think anything else of it."

The State Medical Examiner's Office is looking for the cause of death.

Disken was last seen with Thomas Hager Jr. who police believe is suspect in a double homicide.

Hagar is charged in the killing of 21-year-old Mark Snyder of Waynesburg and 54-year-old Ted Sparks of Danville on May 21 at Sparks' home.

Police found Disken's body on Friday in the cellar of a barn after the property owner complained of a foul odor.

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