KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A family is demanding answers after a man's body was found in a car at KCI airport.
Randy Potter disappeared in January. His family said they went to the airport to look for his car and the airport police officer told the they would check.
Potter's body was found on Tuesday night.
"This is an airport, how can you leave a car there for eight months? How safe is this airport?," Carolina Potter, his wife said.
According to a release from police, someone alerted KCI officers to a foul odor coming from a vehicle. When they went to investigate, officers found a body.
The city released a statement saying n part, "we are working with all parties to determine the facts involved."
"The City of Kansas City and its Aviation Department express our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Randy Potter. We wish them peace during this difficult time. We are working with all parties to determine the facts involved, including SP Plus, which manages the 25,000 parking spaces at Kansas City International Airport."
Police on the scene later said the death was a suicide.