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The search is over for a Payson man who disappeared Wednesday.
Thirty-eight-year-old Travis Hunter was last seen leaving his mother's house. His family said he hadn't been the same since a motorcycle crash five years ago that left him with several permanent injuries.
Earlier tonight, hunters who had seen our story and the description of his vehicle spotted his SUV in Santaquin canyon and discovered Hunter had committed suicide.
(KSL News) Payson Police are still looking for a man who's been missing since Wednesday.
Thirty-eight-year-old Travis Hunter left his mother's home in her car and hasn't been seen since.
Hunter's family says he's been suffering from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. They say he doesn't walk well and doesn't have his medication with him.
Reportedly, Hunter's cell phone is dead and he hasn't used his credit cards since that day.
He is five foot seven, 155 pounds and was last seen wearing a white T-shirt and dark black or blue drawstring shorts with Nike shoes.
He was driving a 1994 Isuzu Rodeo with license plate number 119 MX2.
Anyone with any information on the location of Travis Hunter should call the Payson Police Department at 801-465-5240.