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A body believed to be Dane Williams found

By Tiffany Montgomery
January 29, 2008 5:13 PM

In case you haven't heard the sad news, San Diego police believe they found the dead body of Dane Williams today in the Chollas Creek neighborhood in San Diego.


Dane, 23, worked in the Hurley International marketing department. He was last seen about 1:30 a.m. early Saturday morning in the Gaslamp District during ASR.


A citizen discovered the body in an alley this morning at 6:30 a.m., about seven miles from the Hard Rock Cafe in downtown San Diego where Dane was last seen.


A cause of death was not determined, and an autoposy will be performed tomorrow, police said in statement.


Our warm thoughts go out to his family and the Hurley team. Hurley closed early today when the sad news came out.


Here's a statement from Hurley:


"Everyone at Hurley is deeply saddened over the tragic news regarding Dane Williams, who had been working with us on a temporary basis since October. Our sympathies and support are first and foremost with Dane's family, and with everyone at Hurley who is dealing with this loss.


Many of us at Hurley had helped in the search for Dane over the weekend, and no one was prepared for this shocking outcome. We will support the investigation in any way we can, and we encourage anyone who has information to please come forward and contact the San Diego Police Department. In memory of Dane, we hope the circumstances surrounding his death are quickly resolved."


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