MEROM, Ind. (WISH) - An autopsy on a retired farmer in Sullivan County revealed he died of a gunshot wound, Indiana State Police officials said Monday morning.
Lowell Badger, 85, was found dead on Saturday , and items were missing from his home.
Police officials said his death has been ruled a homicide. Police did not reveal where Badger was shot.
Anyone with information about Badger's death is asked to call Indiana State Police.
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