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The body of a KPMG executive was discovered near a college campus almost 7 months after he went missing

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A Minneapolis Police officers unrolls caution tape at a crime scene on June 16, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Stephen Maturen/Getty Images
  • A survey crew found human remains last week near Paul Quinn College in Dallas, Texas.

  • A medical examiner on Friday identified the body as James Alan White, who has been missing since October 22, 2020.

  • An investigation is ongoing and White's brother told local news WFAA the family is still looking for answers.

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The body of a 55-year-old Dallas, Texas, executive who went missing last October was found on May 13, but the circumstances around the man's disappearance are still unclear, according to police.

Remains were found at around 12:30 p.m. "in a wooded area northwest" of Paul Quinn College campus by a survey crew who works for the institution, police said.

A medical examiner on Friday identified the body as James Alan White. A LinkedIn profile viewed by Insider that appears to belong to White says he was a managing director for KPMG based in Dallas.

The cause of his death is currently unknown, but an investigation is underway and police are seeking more information from the public about White's death.

White was reported missing on October 22, 2020, according to police. He was last seen leaving the gym that morning in a black Porshe Macan and was captured on security footage around 6 a.m putting gas into his car.

A $10,000 reward is being offered for more information regarding the incident. His brother, Tim White, told Dallas-based outlet WFAA he wants answers.

"We're relieved in a lot of aspects but we're also not relieved if that makes sense," Tim White told the outlet. "A good emotion because we found him, a bad emotion because it makes the finality of it complete. I do believe someone is obviously responsible for our brother's final demise."

White continued: "We do want someone to come forward. Someone out there knows something."

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