The Identity of human remains continues to be investigated.
The unidentified person was found near Tilden February 21, 2016.
Anthropological studies on the remains indicate that the person was a Caucasian male, age 20-24, who was approximately 5’7″, with a slight build and brown to sandy-brown hair.
A full dental survey was possible and those results are available for comparison to other missing persons.
DNA is not yet available.
Any inquiries about this case should be directed to Inv. Jon Downey at (402) 454-2110 ext 703 or email@example.com
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