LAS VEGAS (AP) - Police say a body found in the Clark County Water Reclamation Center belongs to a landscape worker missing after a flash flood, although initial reports using an alias suggested it was a different person.
Clark County coroner's officials say the body found at the water center Thursday afternoon belongs to 31-year-old Luis Lopez-Solis, who goes by several aliases. Authorities haven't released a cause of death.
The name coroner's officials list is different than the one family members used to describe the man who went missing from near the Desert Rose Golf Course following a downpour Tuesday.
Officer Jose Hernandez says the man family members said was 38-year-old Calletano Lopez goes by several names, including Cayetano Lopez-Solis and Luis Lopez-Solis.
It's not clear why family members use a different age.