Myers, 27, was reported missing on Sunday, only to have his body discovered in Gandee’s 1984 Ford Bronco on Monday morning in a wooded area in Sissonville, Kanawha County, West Virginia.
Myers’ boss at the local Subway restaurant where he worked tells RadarOnline she found out Monday about his death after he failed to show up for a shift.
“He was supposed to work and didn’t show up, so we were obviously concerned,” the supervisor, who asked not to be named, says.
“Robert talked about growing up with Shain and knowing him very well. Incidentally, Shain would come into the store to pick up a sandwich a few times a week.
“He was always very polite and didn’t mind when someone recognized him,” the manager reveals.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, police officials said that Gandee, 21, as well as the two other bodies were found in the vehicle in Sissonville, West Virginia.
Kent Carper, the Kanawha County Commission President , said that Gandee’s uncle David Gandee, 48, was one of the dead found in the vehicle, according to several reports.
The vehicle was discovered at 11:30 a.m Monday by a person on a four-wheeler. It was found approximately one mile up a dirt road, forcing law enforcement to use all-terrain vehicles to get to the scene.
Shain and David told people they were going four-wheeling, and they were last seen at Larry’s Bar in Sissonville about 3 a.m. Sunday, according to The Charleston Daily.
Law enforcement authorities said Shain and David told others they were going four-wheeling in Shain’s Ford Bronco.