Fellow Airman Arrested in Disappearance of Missing Missouri Airman

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Fellow airman James Thomas, 24, was arrested and named a person of interest in the disappearance of Senior Airman Clinton Reeves, 22, missing since April 22.

Thomas has been charged with six counts of tampering with physical evidence. His bail was set at $25,000 cash.

Related: Body Found in Search of Missing Missouri Airman in Alaska

Investigators recovered a body from the area where Reeves was last suspected to be, but police have not made a positive identification. Detectives continue to investigate Reeves’ disappearance as an open missing person’s case and suspect foul play was involved.

The identity of the body recovered was thought to be released on Wednesday, but as of the time of this posting, it has not.

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