Missing UTA Assistant Professor Found Dead

Mora's car was found at Ray Roberts State Park

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    Missing UTA Assistant Professor Pablo Mora.

    Dallas police say the body of a University of Texas Arlington professor who's been missing for nearly two months has been found at Ray Roberts State Park.

    No one had seen or heard from the 41-year-old Dr. Pablo Mora since he left his Dallas home on Avondale Avenue on Sunday, September 30.

    Dallas police said on Saturday a passerby found the professor dead from what appears to be suicide in a wooded area of the state park in Pilot Point.

    In September, investigators found Mora's gray Honda Civic at the park in an area surrounded by 20 miles of heavily wooded trails and a lake.

    Car Found in Search for UTA Professor

    [DFW] Car Found in Search for UTA Professor
    Students at the University of Texas at Arlington are concerned about missing psychology professor Dr. Pablo Mora. He hasn't been seen for two weeks and his car was found at Ray Roberts State ark in Pilot Point.

    The native from Chile worked at UTA since 2009. He had been researching postpartum depression in inner city women.

    NBC 5's Kevin Cokely and Kendra Lyn contributed to this report.