Searchers find missing man's body in Death Valley

Searchers find missing man's body in Death Valley
This undated photo released by the Inyo County Sheriff's Department shows George Kohler, a 67-year-old San Francisco man who was exploring Death Valley with a bicycle touring group and went missing.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A sheriff's official in California says a missing 67-year-old bicyclist from San Francisco has been found dead at Death Valley National Park.

Inyo County sheriff's spokeswoman Carma Roper says searchers found George Kohler's body Tuesday between the Mesquite Spring campsite and a road to the park's Scotty's Castle attraction.

Roper said Wednesday that foul play isn't suspected.

The Inyo County coroner will conduct an autopsy to determine a cause of death.

Kohler was last seen late March 12 at the campground. He was with a group of bicyclists camping for the night at the northern end of the park, about 180 miles northwest of Las Vegas.

A search and rescue official says it appears that Kohler set out on foot after leaving campfire circle.