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Kevin M. Woolf, 32, had been the subject of a search in Northampton and Monroe counties.

The body of a man last known to be off-road riding his motorcycle was found Saturday during the fifth day of a search.

Kevin M. Woolf, 32, of Upper Mount Bethel Township, was last believed to have been riding a 1997 Suzuki 350 dual-sport motorcycle in the area of the 800 block of Boulder Drive in the township.

He had been reported missing Tuesday afternoon.

Searchers recovered his body about 5 p.m. Saturday in a wooded area of Upper Mount Bethel near the Appalachian Trail, said Northampton County Coroner Zachary Lysek.

A ruling on the cause and manner of Woolf’s death was pending, Lysek said. An autopsy will be scheduled.

Pennsylvania State Police, who had led the search and sought the public’s help in locating Woolf, said Woolf was found about 400 yards west of Route 611 and about two miles north of National Park Drive.

Woolf’s motorcycle and helmet were found Thursday along a trail that he was known to frequent, state police said then as the search continued.

A post to Woolf’s public Facebook page said the motorcycle and helmet had been found on the Appalachian Trail, near the Northampton-Monroe County line, next to a burn pit.

Woolf was believed to be riding the dual-sport, on-road/off-road bike back to his other home in the 2500 block of Mountain Road in Jackson Township when he went missing, state police had said.

He studied at Northampton Community College and had attended Bangor Area High School, according to his Facebook profile.

Family, friends and authorities had searched day and night since his disappearance.

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