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Body of missing Cullman man turns up in Hartselle

The body of a missing Cullman man was found in a vehicle May 4 in the parking lot of the Hartselle Walmart, according to authorities.  

The body of Nicholas Tyler Billings, 30, was discovered in his 1994 Chevrolet Caprice Classic. Morgan County coroner Jeff Chunn said it appeared the body had been in the vehicle for several days 

“We know he arrived in the parking lot Thursday evening. We believe he died sometime after midnight Thursday,” he said.  

Window tint on the vehicle made it hard to see the victim,” Lt. Alan McDearmond wrote on HPD’s official Facebook page.  

Billings was last seen leaving his residence on County Road 1029 in Cullman and was thought to be traveling toward the Hartselle area Thursday. No foul play is suspected, Chunn said. 

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