The body of 42-year-old missing Georgia man is found rolled up in a carpet covered in plastic in Baton Rouge – 11 days after he disappeared on a business trip
- Nathan Millard, 42, of Georgia, was found dead at about 3:34 a.m. on March 6 in a vacant lot in the 2900 block of Scenic Highway, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- Millard was last seen on Feb. 23 at the Courtyard Marriot where he was staying for a business trip. Surveillance footage shows someone using his debit card
- The cause of death is unknown at this time pending autopsy results, police say
The body of the Georgia father of five, who disappeared last month while on a business trip in Baton Rouge, was found in a vacant lot and reportedly rolled up in a carpet covered in plastic.
Nathan Millard, 42, was found dead around 3:34 a.m. Monday in the 2900 block of Scenic Hwy, about three miles from the pub where he was last seen, according to the The Baton Rouge Police Department.
Millard was last seen at around 11:30 p.m. on February 23 at Happy’s Irish Pub on Third Street downtown.
His cause of death is unknown and will be determined by the East Baton Rouge Parish Coroner’s Office. Police say his death is under investigation.
Nathan Millard, 42, of Georgia, who had been missing since February 23, was found dead on March 6 in a vacant lot in the 2900 block of Scenic Hwy, Baton Rouge
Texas EquuSearch said Millard’s remains were discovered rolled up in carpet, covered in plastic after someone reported a foul smell at the vacant lot on Scenic Hwy
The vacant lot is located behind the Rhodes United Fidelity Funeral Home
Texas EquuSearch, a nonprofit dedicated to finding missing persons, began searching last week and offered a reward of up to $10,000 for Milliard’s location.
That says a spokesperson for the organization 11 Alive that the police received a call from a passerby who called to report a foul odor on the vacant lot.
Millard’s remains were discovered rolled up in carpet, covered in plastic, it was reported. The plot turned out to be one
The father of five from Walton County, Georgia, had traveled to Baton Rouge for what should have been a 24-hour business trip, his wife Amber had previously said.
But after a Louisiana State University basketball game and drinks at the bar with his work client, Millard never returned to his hotel room a short walk away. The room was reportedly undisturbed and he had not shown up for a scheduled meeting the following morning.
Surveillance footage released last week showed Millard leaving the hotel with his work client the night he disappeared. He can be seen on the right in the ball cap and black t-shirt
Millard, a husband and father of five from Walton County, Georgia, had traveled to Baton Rouge for what should have been a 24-hour business trip, his wife Amber said.
Millard’s wife Amber says he FaceTimed her from the game the night he went missing
Milliard’s phone was found not far from his hotel and his debit card used after his disappearance.
Surveillance footage showed Millard leaving the Courtyard Marriott where he stayed that night with his work client.
Millard’s wife Amber previously told WSB TV that he FaceTimed her from the LSU basketball game that night.
She said there was no text from him when she woke up the next morning, which was unusual for the family man.
Amber also said police told her they had surveillance video of a person withdrawing money from his debit card at the ATM near a Greyhound bus station.
Police say an investigation is underway. No arrests have been made.
“This is an ongoing investigation. Additional information will be released as it becomes available,” police said.
Millard was a father of four teenage boys and a seven-year-old daughter, and was on a business trip seeking possible employment for his Conyers-based company Advanced Construction.
Millard, a father of four teenage boys and a 7-year-old daughter, was on a business trip to stake out a potential job for his Conyers-based company Advanced Construction
The pub where Millard was last seen is about a two-minute walk from the Courtyard Marriott in Baton Rouge where he was staying. His body was found about three miles from the pub