Body of CDC worker missing for six weeks pulled from Atlanta river

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Authorities say an employee of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention whose body was found in an Atlanta river drowned and that there were no signs of foul play.

In the tweet, it said that the Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office identified the body recovered in the Chattahoochee River as Timothy Cunningham.

The mystery surrounding the February disappearance of a 35-year-old Centers for Disease Control and Prevention worker ended tragically this week, with the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department finding the CDC commander's body in a river late Tuesday evening.

"Barring new information coming forward, we may never be able to tell you how he got into the river". Michael O'Connor of the Atlanta police department told reporters Thursday, reported ABC News.

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The body of a CDC scientist that has been missing since February has been found in a river in Atlanta.

Earlier that morning, at 5:21 a.m., Cunningham's mother had received a text message from him, she has said.

In the days after he went missing, Cunningham's case drew intense media scrutiny and speculation about what had happened in what police called "unusual" circumstances.

Those are the words of the Atlanta Police Department's Homicide and Missing Person's Unit.

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Cunningham drove off that day and was never seen alive again, even as his vehicle, credit and debit cards, dog, keys, and cellphone were all recovered at his home, the police said. In the statement, it said that Cunningham had in fact received an early promotion for his outstanding work.

He was also well regarded in the community, where he earned the Outstanding Atlanta award in 2014 in recognition of his "service, leadership and achievements of Atlanta young professionals" and named to the Atlanta Business Chronicle's 40 under 40 previous year.

By outward appearances, Cunningham seemed to have a successful career. He worked on public health emergencies including Superstorm Sandy, the Ebola outbreak and the Zika virus.

There are still many unanswered questions surrounding Cunningham's disappearance and what led up to his death. "As a parent, you have indicators when things are just not right with your child, and that was the case". Timothy's family stated that he had a conversation with them the day before he vanished, that had left them concerned. The dog, known as Bo, had twice accompanied Cunningham to Harvard, where he earned his master's and doctoral degrees.

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Gorniak added that the condition of Cunningham's body is "consistent" with having been in the water since the day he went missing and there were no signs of trauma or underlying medical conditions.