Friends and family say they searched high and low for Tommy Lange.
Lange was just 30 years old when he went missing from the Wheat and Rye in Allen Park in 2003. Police say he made a call from his cellphone about 12:30 New Year's Eve morning and there has been no trace of him since then -- until Thursday.
"Why can't they have found him sooner, you know? I mean, 10 years is a long time," said Chris Luke, a friend. "He wouldn't just leave his kid, you know, he just had a baby. There was no way that he would just leave his child."
A recreational scuba diver found a car submerged in the Trenton Channel of the Detroit River...Investigators say the body was badly decomposed and headless.
A dive team went back into the water on Friday to search fro more body parts.
"They were able to find some bones, what looked to be arm bones, and they found the skull, head," said Wyandotte Police Chief Dan Grant.
They also found Lange's wallet. Police first found his body headless. An autopsy is being done to found out if that happened before or after he entered the water...
Sources say Lange's son is in Arizona. Authorities there will take a DNA sample from him in an effort to get an official positive ID of his father.
The Lincoln Park man would be 40 years old today.