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Human Remains Found in Taylor CountySubmitted: 05/11/2013
Story By Lyndsey Stemm


MEDFORD - A couple walking through the woods found human remains in Taylor County Friday. They were found near Highway C and Highway 64 in Medford.

The Taylor County Sheriff's Office says they have not identified the remains yet, but are working with the state crime lab to do so.

Taylor and Lincoln County Sheriffs, and the Department of Criminal Investigations worked in the area until Friday night.

Neither sheriff's office will say if they suspect if the remains are connected with any of the three open missing persons cases from Lincoln County.



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