Body Recovered Is Missing Groundskeeper

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(Las Vegas, NV) — Police say a body found in the Clark County Water Reclamation Center has been identified as the groundskeeper who went missing after a flash flood.

There was some initial confusion about the identity of the 31-year old man, Luis Lopez-Solis of Las Vegas, who also used the alias Calletano Lopez. Police were able to correctly identify him using fingerprints.

Police said his body was found about 2:45 p.m. Thursday at the reclamation center, on Flamingo Road near Stephanie Street.

Lopez-Solis was a groundskeeper at Desert Rose Golf Course. He was last heard from about 4:15 p.m. on Tuesday when co-workers called his cellphone and asked him to return to the clubhouse. Lopez-Solis did not know how to swim. He was driving a tractor near a wash before he went missing.

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