The Kansas Bureau of Investigation says it is investigating the death of a rural Ottawa County man as a homicide.
The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office says the body of 34-year-old Matthew Schoshke was found Saturday in a rural home near Tescott.
KBI spokeswoman Melissa Underwood says the agency is looking for Schoshke’s silver 2006 Ford F-150 extended cab pickup, with Kansas tag 892 DZO. The front license plate reads “EATBEEF” and the truck has a chrome cattle guard on the front, and a black plastic tool box in the back.
Authorities have not released any information on the circumstances of Schoshke’s death. Anyone with information about the incident or the whereabouts of the vehicle is urged to call the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office at (785) 392-2157.