Homicide investigation underway after man's death in Ottawa County

OTTAWA COUNTY, Kan. Update (4:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 14):

The KBI says investigators continue their search for a silver, 2006 Ford F-150, extended cab pickup in connection to a man's death in Ottawa County.

The KBI says the truck has a chrome push guard on the front and a black plastic tool box in the back. I has Kansas tag 892DZO and a front tag that reads, "Eat Beef."

The KBI says this truck belonged to 35-year-old Matthew Schoshke, the man found dead in a Tescott home Saturday. It is believed the truck was taken from Schoshke's home.

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The KBI and the Ottawa County Sheriff's office are asking for help with locating a truck connected to a death investigation.

Investigators with the Ottawa County Sheriff's office say around 7:15 p.m. Saturday, deputies responded to a home near Highway 18 in Tescott.

Upon arrival they found 35-year-old Matthew Schoshke dead in the home.

Authorities are now looking for a silver 2006 Ford F-150 extended cab pickup, which they say is connected to the case.

The pickup has a chrome push guard on the front and a black plastic tool box in the back. It has a Kansas tag 892-DZO and a front tag that reads "eatbeef."

If you see this truck, you are asked to call the Ottawa County Sheriff's office at (785) 392-2157.