DURANGO, Colo. (AP) – A teenager who was missing for two months before his body was found down a steep hillside in southwest Colorado died of hypothermia. The Durango Herald reports 18-year-old Luke Starling walked away from his home Feb. 6, just days before his 19th birthday.

Searches were unsuccessful until after a neighbor realized his doorbell camera had captured the teen walking past his house.

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That helped authorities determine which way Starling was headed.

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His remains were found southwest of Durango, and his blood-alcohol content was about twice the legal limit for driving. Starling also had cannabis in his system.

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