UPDATE: Missing CDC employee found

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The body of Missing CDC worker, Timothy Cunningham was found on April 3rd in the Chattahoochee River. The manner of death has not been determined at this time, but the preliminary cause of death is drowning.
Cunningham has been missing since February 12, 2018. After leaving work early due to illness, Cunningham was never heard from again. Family members found his house locked with all of his belongings, including his keys and phone inside the home. His beloved pet was left to fend for himself.
Toxicology reports are pending and the investigation into this strange disappearance continues.

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