It's has been almost two months since a Williams County man was reported missing.
Yesterday, Montana Highway Patrol say they found a motorcyclist dead near the border of North Dakota in Roosevelt County, Montana.
Today the Facebook page dedicated to helping find Zackary Baldwin confirmed, it was Baldwin who was founded near the border.
Law enforcement agency says the crash was discovered in Bainville by highway workers. The initial investigation has determined Baldwin was eastbound on Highway 2 when he went off the road and crashed.
Baldwin was reported missing in June when his family say he left the home and went for a motorcycle ride before dinner but never returned.
Baldwin was 30 years old and he is survived by his wife and three children.
A go fund me page has been started for the family. You can visit our website to find the go fund me link.
Original story: A body believed to be missing Williston man, Zachary Baldwin, has been recovered by the Roosevelt County Sheriff's Office.
Law enforcement located the body Friday along Highway 2 near Bainville, Montana.
Baldwin was reported missing by family on Jun 27th. They said he had gone for a short motorcycle ride and never returned.
Baldwin's motorcycle and wallet were found with the body.