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Charges filed in death of missing Milwaukee man

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MILWAUKEE (AP) -

Prosecutors allege that two prostitutes hid the body of a heroin user in his closet, took his car, tried using his credit cards, and used his Milwaukee apartment for seeing clients.

A complaint filed in Milwaukee County Circuit Court charges the women, and a man who allegedly helped them, with hiding a corpse-party to a crime in the death of 62-year-old Glenn Willis.

Willis was reported missing by his family, who last heard from him June 14.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports police officers checked Willis' apartment after he was reported missing June 24 but did not find his body until they returned Friday and discovered the closet door obscured by a bookcase and exercise bike pushed in front of it.

His cause of death has not been determined.

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