Police identify man found dead in Winchester; Ford Mustang still missing


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WINCHESTER, Ind. — Indiana State Police and Winchester Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a red 2006 Ford Mustang connected to an ongoing death investigation.

Police arrived at a home in Winchester Saturday for a welfare check and found a man dead. Police identified him as 61-year-old David Brumley. An autopsy was unable to determine Brumley’s cause of death, and investigators are awaiting toxicology results.

A Ford Mustang was missing from the residence. The car is a GT with black stripes up the hood and chrome wheels. A raised black scoop is in the middle of the hood, and the Mustang features chrome pins by the front of the hood. The Indiana plate number is RSP657.

Call the Pendleton District at 765-778-2121 or dial 911 if you see the vehicle. Police say you should not approach the vehicle.

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