(NIAGARA, WI.)–The body of 78-year old Andrew Bray, missing since January, was located and recovered on the shoreline near Niagara on Friday evening. According to Marinette County Sheriff, Jerry Sauve, the body of Bray was recovered shortly before 7pm. It was located downstream from Bomber’s Golf Course. The body was noticed by volunteers from the Michigan Backcountry Search and Rescue Team. Investigators and Marinette County Coroner George Smith made positive identification of the remains as 78-year-old Andrew Bray. Bray was reported missing in early January. A snowplow driver had reported finding Bray’s vehicle on January 3rd where footprints in the snow led from the vehicle to the edge of the ice and ended at the open water. Extremely cold weather and extreme swift current of the river at that location forced departure of the search at that time. Bray’s death has been determined to be suicide, no foul play is suspected according to Sheriff Sauve.