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Human remains found in Adams Co. Submitted: 10/21/2018
MONROE - Human remains were found in the Town of Monroe Saturday afternoon. 

The Adam's County Sheriff's Office posted on Facebook that deer hunters reported this finding. 

The Adam's County Sheriff's Office, Wisconsin State Patrol, Wisconsin State Crime Lab and the Adams County Medical Examiner's Office are all processing the area where the remains were found. 

After an initial investigation, reports indicate the remains may be William Sheeran, who went missing last summer. The investigation also shows there is no criminal activity or danger to the public from this discovery. 

Positive identification will take place after more testing is completed. 

The investigations is ongoing and no additional information is released. 


Story By: Angela Kim

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