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The husband of the missing Bend woman has been found deceased in the couple's home. John Evert Meyer, 71, was found yesterday dead from a gunshot wound. Bend Police Captain Jim Porter spoke with KBND's Lori Raab yesterday shortly after they released the information to the media: LR: When was the last time anyone had contact with him? Porter: We’ve not completed our investigation to truly find out who the last person was who had contact with him. Our investigation is ongoing, so at this point, we cannot say who actually was the last person to have contact with Mr. Meyer. LR: Can you tell us how this affects the search for his wife? Porter: It doesn’t affect the search for his wife. The search for this wife has been ongoing since the day she was reported missing. And is continued right up to today. And we’re searching the river and the riverbank once again. Along with numerous areas around Bend and Deschutes County, which could potentially yield information about her whereabouts.” Captain Porter says someone reported to Deschutes County 911 that John Meyer had been found in the home. Last week, John Meyer reported that his wife, Sandra had not returned home after leaving to attend a book club meeting in downtown Bend.

 

 

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