Authorities in Ohio on Saturday identified the man believed to be the second victim of a deadly Craigslist scam. Police said Timothy Kern, 47, was last seen on Nov. 13 after he drove to Akron for job he described as "good offer but strange." His body was found in a shallow grave in northeast Ohio on Friday. The FBI is looking for anyone who answered an Ohio Craigslist classified for a farmhand after three people believed to have responded were found dead. Kern and another victim found Friday are believed to have answered the same ad that led to the shooting death of David Pauley 90 miles south of Akron. A fourth person, from South Carolina, answered the ad on Nov. 6 and was shot, but managed to escape. A high-school student in the area has been charged with attempted murder, and a 52-year-old man is also being held on unrelated charges.