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Death of missing West Chester couple ruled accidental

Bob and Marian Gleason. (Provided photo) Bob and Marian Gleason. (Provided photo)

The Butler County Coroner has ruled the death of a missing West Chester couple accidental after their bodies were found inside a wrecked vehicle on Saturday.

Bob Gleason, 85, and his wife Marian, 86, had been missing since Tuesday before being found dead Saturday inside their crashed 1997 GMC truck. The coroner released a report Monday, listing cause of death for Marian as 'multiple traumatic injuries' and 'traumatic head injury' for Bob.

The truck was located 100 yards  from the roadway where the Gleasons lived  and neighborhood children reportedly came across it while playing in the woods off Bromyard Avenue. It is unknown how long the couple were there, according to officials.

Police indicate there is no foul play suspected in the case and are conducting an investigation into what caused the accident.

"We're looking to determine if there was any medical conditions or what could have caused this traffic crash," West Chester Police Lt. Barry Walker said on Saturday.

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