Missing Somerset County man found dead in his vehicle
A man who had not been heard from for four days was found dead in his vehicle on Sunday in Somerset Borough, state police said.
Police are investigating the cause of death for Frankie Allen Sass, 53, of Friedens, who was last heard from on Jan. 23. He was driving a Ford pickup truck when he went missing, police said.
Police said no additional information is available at this time.
County Coroner Wallace Miller said Monday that his office is investigating and that Sass' cause of death is pending.
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