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The family of Dave Walker, a Canadian filmmaker who went missing in Cambodia in February, says he was found dead today.
A statement issued on behalf of Walker’s family says his body was reportedly discovered by a child at the Angkor Wat temples in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Cambodian law enforcement officials told the family it appeared Walker had died several weeks ago.
The statement says a doctor at the site was unable to determine a cause of death and an autopsy will be held to try to determine how and when Walker died.
Walker, who was 58, had been living in Cambodia for the past year and a half. He was staying at a guest house when he stepped out while a housekeeper tended to his room and was not seen again.
The disappearance baffled family and friends, who said Walker spoke the language, knew the streets and was familiar with the local culture.
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