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Oldham County Police identify victim, need help finding his car

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Oldham County Police say they have identified the body that was found off US 42 Thursday night. 

Police have identified the man as 34-year-old Adam Gregg, of Louisville. Oldham County Police say he is the victim of an apparent homicide. 

Gregg was reported missing Thursday from Louisville. Police say Gregg ran an independent car service with his father and was scheduled to pick someone up from the Red Roof Inn on Preston highway at noon. His family reported him missing when he did not arrive to pick up his wife from work. 

"From speaking with the father, they received a phone call from someone there needing a ride and they basically had no particulars to go on at that time," said Sgt. James Brown, Oldham County Police.

His body was discovered around 8 p.m. in Oldham County. 

Oldham County Police are now looking for his car and asking for assistance in doing so. Police believe whoever he picked up may have his car and may be responsible for his death.

Gregg's car is a silver 2007 Chrysler Sebring, with Kentucky license plate number 974-RBB.

Oldham county police have provided a picture of what the car looks like, they also say the car may have a small white shuttle sign on the roof.  

They are also looking for a male, who may be from out of town.

Oldham County Police say if you see the car, do not attempt to approach this vehicle and immediately contact them at 502-222-1300.

If anyone should have any information please contact the Oldham County Police Department at 502.222.1300 or www.oldhamcountypolice.com.

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