DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Police in Dallas confirm that the remains found by a team working for Paul Quinn College on Thursday, May 13, belong to James Allen White, who disappeared last October.
His remains were in a wooded area northwest of campus.
On Friday, May 14, the Dallas County Medical Expert Office positively identified the remains as white.
The cause of death has not yet been determined.
The investigation remains active and continues, and the Homicide Squad asks anyone with information about White’s case to contact Detective Eric Barnes at (214) 283-4818 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A private fund is offering a $ 10,000 reward for information on White’s case.
White, 55, worked for financial accounting giant KPMG.
He has been missing since the morning of October 22, 2020, after his family said he was last seen leaving the parking lot of LA Fitness on Haskell Avenue in the Dallas area in a black Porsche Macan in 2020.
White’s family released a video to watch earlier this month on October 22 at about 6 a.m. on RaceTrac on 2506 Inwood Road.
The video appears to show White wearing a red tank top and putting gasoline in his car.
The Porsche was rebuilt by police on October 29 in South Dallas near Simpson Stewart and Bonnie View Road.
“Allen is a very loving, kind, generous man,” his brother Tim White said last October. “He had no reason to leave and leave, that’s amazing,” Tim said. “The short distance between the gym and home, how it can just disappear, is the hardest part.”