Human remains found buried under recently added concrete at a home in Plant City, Florida are likely those of missing lottery millionaire Abraham Shakespeare police said Thursday. Deputies made the discovery after a tip came in suggesting investigators would find a body near a home in Plant City, according to CNN affiliate WFTV. Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee said the body was slowly being uncovered. They are awaiting positive identification. However, Gee said their investigation and information specifically led them to the area after they began to believe he might be dead because of sinister means and motives. Our indications were it would be there Gee said during a news conference Thursday night. Police on Wednesday had scanned the newly finished concrete slabs near the home on Wednesday and removed it. On Thursday, Gee said they discovered the remains buried five feet below the surface, and it appeared the remains had been there for awhile. Shakespeare, a 43 year old truck driver, won a $31 million Florida lottery prize in 2006. A year later, he won a court challenge from a fellow trucker who accused Shakespeare of snatching the winning ticket out of his wallet while the two were delivering meat to Miami restaurants. Shakespeares family reported him missing on November 9 telling the Polk County sheriff’s office they hadnt seen him since April. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said when their investigation began, they had hoped to find Shakespeare alive and he