This is so sad.
Craig Strickland has been found dead after a hunting trip had gone horribly wrong.
The Backroad Anthem frontman had been missing for seven days, and on Monday, a spokesperson for the Oklahoma Highway Patrol told E! News that the country crooner's body had been discovered.
According to a press release, he was found at Bear Creek Cove, which was part of the original search area.
He was only 29 years old.
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The spokesperson also explained that the musician's family had been informed of the tragic discovery. The singer's wife took to Twitter to share the terrible news with her followers, who had been looking to her for updates during this trying time.
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We are so inspired by her strength!
As we reported, Craig Strickland was declared missing after his boat capsized in Oklahoma while he was going on a hunting trip with his friend Chase Marland.
While the Backroad Anthem singer's dog was found alive on Tuesday, Marland was found deceased the day before.
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On Wednesday, the country star's wife — Helen Strickland — took to Twitter to announce there were no new developments regarding her husband's whereabouts.
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We are absolutely devastated!
Craig Strickland — lead singer of the country band Backroad Anthem — is declared missing after he went on a camping trip with friend Chase Marland in Kay County, Oklahoma.
On Monday, Marland was found dead.
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Search efforts for both men began on Sunday when their boat was found capsized.
According to a spokesperson from the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety
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