More Questions in Macron Case

MEDINA, OH - There are more questions than answers following the death of a Lafayette Township Trustee. 

Bryon Macron's death and disappearance remains under investigation. Macron's body was pulled from Chippewa Lake earlier this week  after being found by a kayaker. Macron had been missing since December. 

His office was left ransacked with blood in it. Blood was also discovered in his vehicle, which was parked at Chippewa Lake, near where his body was later found. 

"I will only say that based on my understanding the blood that was identified in both the vehicle and office have been isolated to a single source." said Medina County Prosecutor Forrest Thompson. "A single source. That's as far as we're willing to go at this time during an ongoing investigation.

Thompson says there is not a person of interest in the case. When asked if there was a "murderer out there", Thompson said it was "premature" to say. 

Preliminary autopsy results were not released to the media. 

Medina County Coroner Lisa Deranek said because the temperature of the water was so cold, it's unclear how long Macron's body was in the lake.

(Photo by Ken Robinson/WTAM 1100)

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