SAN FRANCISCO -- The San Francisco County coroner's office said the body of a 22-year-old Netflix engineer who went missing in August was found in the San Francisco Bay.
Yohanes S. Kidane, 22, had recently graduated from Cornell University and relocated to the Bay Area after being hired by Netflix to work as a software engineer.
San Jose police said he was last seen getting into an Uber in mid-August.
His cell phone, wallet and backpack were later recovered near the Golden Gate Bridge Welcome Center in San Francisco, which is located just south of the bridge.
His body was then found on Aug. 29 by a passing boat in the waters northeast of the Golden Gate Bridge. The coroner later identified the person as Kidane and said he had died by suicide.
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