Missing New York music teacher found dead in woods

The body of a missing New York City public school music teacher has been found in the woods in the Catskills

The body of a missing New York City public school music teacher has been found in the woods in the Catskills. NBC New York reported.

Keith Johnson, 46, of Queens has not been seen since May 4, when he was spotted in his 2006 gray Hyundai Elantra near P.S. 29, the school where he taught in College Point, according to New York police.

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Johnson, who regularly went hiking and camping, taught music at P.S. 29, and had no mental illness or drug history, sources said. Police previously said his disappearance appeared to be suspicious.



His body was found near Shandaken, a town in Catskill Park in Ulster County. His car was found Saturday afternoon near a hiking trail. The region is known for its hiking.

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It wasn’t clear how music teacher Johnson died. The investigation is ongoing.