Coroner’s office searches for northwest Indiana man’s family

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The Lake County coroner’s office is searching for the family of a northwest Indiana man who died on Thursday.

The remains of William Ensweiler, an 88-year-old white man who was a resident of Crown Point, Ind., are in the care of the coroner’s office, according to a statement from the coroner’s office.

Anyone with information about Ensweiler is asked to call (219) 755-3265.

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