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Fremont County coroner identifies remains found by hiker last year as “long-term” missing man – The Denver Post

Authorities in Fremont County have identified human remains found by a hiker last year as those of a “long-term” missing man following a DNA match.

County Coroner Randy Keller says the man was Remzi Nesfield and that he was estimated to be 23 years old when he died.

“The decedent’s family was recently notified,” Keller said. “… Hopefully the notification will help to bring closure to the family who have been dealing with a long-term missing family member.  The circumstances surrounding the decedent’s death is currently under investigation by the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office.”

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