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The 29-year-old lead singer of Backroad Anthem went missing Sunday while duck hunting with his friend Chase Morland during severe weather in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Since then, authorities have been looking for Strickland along a 38-mile long lake in northern Oklahoma.
His wife, former Miss Arkansas Helen Wisner, posted an update early Thursday via Twitter, noting: "The search has wrapped up for the night. No major updates, but we're hopeful for tomorrow. Thanks for your continued prayers.
Two weeks after discovering his 2014 Honda Civic abandoned on the side of a dirt road in sparsely populated Grand County, Utah, authorities found a body believed to be that of Michael Cavallari, the troubled missing brother of Laguna Beach and The Hills personality Kristin Cavallari and brother-in-law of Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.
It’s unclear why or how the troubled Cavallari found his way to Utah days after his arrest. His cellphone and laptop were located inside the car, but he was nowhere to be found. Local authorities traced the vehicle back to Cavallari and positively identified him on security camera footage captured at a convenience store 150 miles south in Monticello, Utah, where his credit card had been used.