Body Found in Lake Mojave Belongs to Swimmer

By: AP Email
By: AP Email

BOULDER CITY, Nev. (AP) - Authorities say they've found the body of a 23-year-old North Las Vegas man who went missing in the waters of Lake Mohave a week earlier.

Clark County coroner's officials say the body seen floating on the surface of the lake Sunday morning belongs to David Soun. Authorities haven't released an exact cause of death.

National Park Service officials say Soun was last seen alive Aug. 4 while he was swimming about a mile north of Cottonwood Cove.

Witnesses say he and two other people had jumped from a boat to go swimming when the watercraft drifted away. People aboard the boat were able to rescue two of the swimmers, but didn't find the third.

Soun hadn't been wearing a life jacket.

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