Man missing in southeast Missouri found dead

UPDATE: A dispatcher in New Madrid County tells Local 6 the body of a man reported missing over the weekend was found in Dunklin County Monday afternoon. 

Terry Cunningham had not been seen since Friday. The Dunklin County coroner is handling the case, but the dispatcher says no foul play is suspected. They believe he was in an ATV crash. 

The New Madrid County Sheriff’s Department is looking for a missing man. They say Terry Cunningham, 56, has not been seen since Friday.

He’s from Hartzell, Missouri and was last seen on a yellow and white Polaris Trailblazer ATV in the Gideon/Clarkton area.

If you’ve seen him, call the sheriff’s office at (573) 748-2516.

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