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UPDATE: Police release name of man found dead in Marathon City motelSubmitted: 04/23/2018
MARATHON COUNTY - Police released the name of man found dead at a Marathon City motel last week. 

28-year-old Brian Kienast was reported missing from Adams County on November 22, 2017.

According to the press release, Kienast had been in Marathon City during the week of Thanksgiving. 

The Marathon County Sheriff's Office are asking people for information about Kienast. 

If anyone saw or had contact with Kienast since last November please contact the sheriff's office. 

You can submit a tip online or call 877-409-8777



The Village Inn owner called the police on April 19. 

The Marathon City Police Chief found the body just before 12:30 p.m. The Village Inn is a restaurant/bar with a five room motel on the second floor. 

As of now, the cause and time of death are unknown. 

No other information is being released at this time. 


Story By: Newswatch 12 Team

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