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(KSL News) -- Summit County sheriff's deputies say human remains scattered near the Wyoming-Utah border belong to a man.
State medical examiners say he was about 6 feet tall, with dark hair.
Earlier this week, a passerby discovered pieces of the body along a frontage near I-80. Investigators suspect murder because of saw marks found on the body, but so far they have no leads.
There are no active missing persons reports in the area.