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Police release name of hunter

November 30, 2011

From DailyPress.net

Man found inside burned blind

MANISTIQUE - Police have released the name of the Manistique man who was found deceased in his burnt deer blind in Schoolcraft County on Monday.

The body of Ralph Clarence Miller, 69, was found in the burnt remains of his deer blind in Thompson Township where he and his wife had been hunting in separate blinds on public land, said Michigan State Police from the Manistique Detachment.

Troopers were dispatched to the scene at around 2:14 p.m. Monday after Miller's wife found him in his blind after he failed to show up at a designated meeting place.

An autopsy was scheduled at Marquette General Hospital Tuesday, said troopers who continue to investigate the cause of death and cause of the fire.

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