Dallas (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas police confirmed the corpse found by a survey team working for Paul Quinn College on Thursday, May 13, belonged to James Alan White, who disappeared last October.
His remains are in a wooded area northwest of the university.
On Friday, May 14, the Dallas County Medical Examiners’ Office positively indicated that the remains belong to White.
The cause of death is not known.
The investigation continues and the Homicide Squad is asking anyone with information about White’s case to contact Detective Eric Barnes at (214) 283-4818 or email@example.com.
The Private Fund offers a bounty of $ 10,000 for information on White’s lawsuit.
White, 55, works for financial accounting giant KPMG.
He had been missing since the morning of Oct. 22, 2020, after his family said that someone was last seen driving out of the LA Fitness car park on Haskell Avenue in Dallas’ Uptown neighborhood in a colored Porsche Macan. Black 2020
Later, White’s family published surveillance footage from October 22 at around 6:00 AM on RaceTrac at 2506 Inwood Road.
The video showed White wearing a red tank top and putting gas on his car.
The Porsche was recovered by police on Oct. 29 in South Dallas near Simpson Stuart and Bonnie View Road.
“Alan is a very loving, kind and generous person,” his brother Tim White said in October of last year. “He has no reason to quit and leave, that’s incredible,” says Tim. “The short distance between the gym and the house, how can he disappear? That’s the hardest part.”