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Body found in OK may have been missing decades

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POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, OK (KSWO)- A shocking discovery in Pottawatomie County could help bring a decades-old missing person's case to a close.

Earlier this week, part of a human skull was found near a wooded area.  Deputies later found more bones and a pair of boots.

They believe these remains may belong to an elderly man who vanished in 1988. Deputies do not suspect foul play. The medical examiner will work to confirm an identity.

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