Ray­burn laid to rest after re­mains re­turned from GBI

♦ Still no cause of death in weeks fol­low­ing body’s dis­cov­ery in Tol­bert Town area

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Ad­di­tional tox­i­col­ogy tests were or­dered up after a con­ver­sa­tion with med­i­cal ex­am­in­ers at the lab, Bra­zier said. Once those tests come back, he hopes to have ad­di­tional an­swers.

Born in Rome in Fe­bru­ary 1969, Ray­burn was the son of Dou­glas and Mary Wheeler Ray­burn. He’d lived all of his life in Polk County and worked for The HON Com­pany.

The avid out­doors­man was also a fa­ther of two sons, both of Cartersvil­le.

Ray­burn’s step­fa­ther found his body on Aug. 8 after search­ing the area around where his truck was found burned days be­fore.

Polk County Po­lice are re­spon­si­ble for the in­ves­ti­ga­tion, but no foul play was im­me­di­ately sus­pected after Ray­burn was found days after be­ing re­ported miss­ing.

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