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(Greenville-AP) -- Investigators say a body found in Beaver County this week is a Latino male between 30 and 45-years-old.
Rabbit hunters found the remains Sunday night near Greenville.
The cause of death has not yet been determined, but investigators say the remains had been there for at least two-years.
The coroner says the man was about five-feet-four inches tall with a slight build. A bandage worn by the man was found at the scene along with his clothing, including a blue and gray jacket, an off-white button-down shirt, an off-white tee-shirt, and a pair of sweat pants.
The body was found about 30-miles from another body found two-weeks ago in Beaver County. Investigators have not found any connection between the two.
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