HUDSON, Wis. — A body that was pulled from the St. Croix River Wednesday has been identified as Hai Quoc Nguyen.
Nguyen, who was considered a vulnerable adult, had been missing since March 3., according to the New Richmond Chamber of Commerce.
His vehicle had been found with all of his personal items, including his phone, wallet and keys, according to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
"Hai was well known within the chamber community, having regularly attended boat cruises, chamber coffees and Business After 5’s. Fluent in six languages, he was a bright and engaging young man," according to a post on the Chamber of Commerce's page.
Hudson Police and deputies from the St. Croix and Washington County Sheriff's Departments responded to the river shortly after 9 a.m. after a body was discovered floating in the river on Wednesday.
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