SANTA CLARA – A body recovered Saturday from the water near Alviso has been identified as the 49ers fan who…
SANTA CLARA – A body recovered Saturday from the water near Alviso has been identified as the 49ers fan who disappeared after leaving Levi’s Stadium during a Nov 12 game, the authorities said.
Ian Powers, 32, of Spokane, Wash., Last seen at a San Francisco 49ers game at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara on November 12th. (Court of Santa Clara Police Department)
Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner Office on Tuesday identified Ian Powers, 32, as the person whose body was recovered by diver from Santa Clara County Sheriff Office. The cause and cause of the deaths of men were determined to be an accidental drowning, according to the interrogator.
Based on the findings of the Coroner Office, Santa Clara Police has closed its investigation of the case.
Powers, a resident of Spokane, Wash., Participated in 49ers Monday evening football match on November 1
2 with his girlfriend, according to the Santa Clara police. His girlfriend told the police that he left his seat to use the toilet during the fourth quarter and never returned.
The last communication power had with his family at 10 o’clock in the morning, near Old Glory Lane and Great America Parkway, which is outside Levi’s Stadium.
The police warned for the disappearance of power the following day and began to look for him, said captain Wahid Kazem.
The vehicle of power was found where he parked the near stadium. There was no sign of foul play. On Thursday, the Santa Clara police watched video showing that Magister left Levi’s Stadium and went on a walkway among many other fans.
Family and friends said the police force was “totally out of character”.
His body was found by a group of duckling in low tide, according to the Santa Clara police.
Alviso Marina Boat Launch disaster is approximately 2.5 miles from Levi’s Stadium.
The police said that Powers was last seen with a red 49ers T-shirt, red 49ers hat and blue jeans.
Anyone who has information about Powers residence is requested to contact Santa Clara Police at 408-615-5580.
Staff writer Robert Salonga contributed to this report.