Arlington Heights man’s death ruled a suicide

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ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. – Tim Anderson’s death is ruled a suicide by multiple sharp force injuries, the Cook Country medical examiner’s office announced on Thursday.

He was man who was reported missing from Arlington Heights on Wednesday afternoon and his body was found in a lightly wooded area in neighboring Barrington Hills.

He was last seen early Monday morning by his wife Cathrall who said she thought he was headed to the gym or to work but when she didn’t hear from him all day, she finally went to the Arlington Heights police.

They pinged his cellphone and found his car Monday night at the entrance of the Cook County Forest Preserve in Barrington Hills on Bateman Road, near Algonquin.

It was locked, but there was no sign of Anderson, no sign of a struggle and no sign of his cellphone.

In addition to his wife, Anderson leaves behind two sons, ages three and six.


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