Update: Body found in bakery truck, no foul play involved

UPDATE:ABC 33/40 has confirmed that the body of 40 year old bakery employee Shane Landrip Caldwell was found in the Dreamcake truck. His cause of death has not been determined. But police do not believe any foul play was involved.

Dreamcakes owner, Jan Moon, released a statement saying, "We at Dreamcakes are so sad at the loss of our cupcake truck driver Shane Caldwell.{} He was a kind and generous person who often did things beyond the call of duty. We express our sympathies to Shane Caldwell's family and friends.{} Our prayers are with them now. "

Moon continued by saying, "Birmingham police have assured us that there was no criminal activity. They believe he died of a possible heart attack after parking the truck close to his residence.{} Please keep the Caldwell family in your prayers.{} Please be kind in your comments. He was a dear person and has precious children who are hurting now."

-----A missing Homewood bakery truck was discovered Sunday afternoon. Two people saw the bakery's plea for help on social media and spotted it on their way home from a Barons game.Just after 5 p.m. Sunday, Dreamcakes made a plea on Facebook asking people to share a picture of its missing truck. It was last seen Friday in the Hoover- Bessemer area. Anyone with information was asked to call Homewood Police. The information also went out through Twitter.A man retweeted the information. An hour later, he and another Twitter user found the truck in Birmingham on the way home from a Barons game. They called police and the bakery.