Authorities identify body found at Maize apartment complex

WICHITA, Kansas – Authorities say a body found earlier this week in a car at a Maize apartment complex parking lot has been positively identified as that of a missing Wichita man.

Maize Police Chief Matt Jensby said Friday that the body was that of 54-year-old Adam Sabri, owner of the Timeout Sports Bar and Grill in McPherson. He says the identification was made using dental records.

Jensby said an autopsy did not determine the cause of death.

Sabri’s body was found Monday morning in a 2008 Saturn Aura at the Fieldstone Apartments complex. Officers found the body after a resident reported a strong smell around the car.

Sabri’s daughter reported him missing on Feb. 9 at Timeout Sports Bar and Grill.

Maize police are investigating after a body was found in a car. (KSN Photo)

Maize police are investigating after a body was found in a car. (KSN Photo)

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