DNA Used To Identify Skeletal Remains Found In Austin
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Police say DNA has been used to identify a body found in May in a wooded part of Central Texas as a man reported missing in 2009.
Austin police on Wednesday announced results that identified 46-year-old Gabriel Sanchez. Police are investigating his death as suspicious. Information was not immediately released on a cause or manner death.
His family reported Sanchez missing on June 18, 2009. He was last seen about a week earlier.
Some city workers on May 9 found the skeletal remains in a wooded area of northeast Austin while working on some power lines.
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