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Police Trying to Identify Skeletal Remains

Police Trying to Identify Skeletal Remains

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MURRAY, Utah (AP) -- Police are asking for the public's help this morning to identify the skeletal remains of a man found frozen near Murray Parkway last month.

Police Trying to Identify Skeletal Remains

A city worker discovered the remains frozen in thick ice on January 18th. Police say the remains were then taken to a lab where it took about a week for them to thaw out.

Officers believe the man has been missing since at least May or June of 2006.

Investigators say the remains belonged to a white man 30 to 40 years old and between 5 foot 10 and 6 feet tall.

The body was partially clothed in tan or brown warm-up style pants with cargo pockets. Just below the left pocket it says "Gold's Gym Core Training."


Information from: Deseret Morning News,

(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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