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Officials await DNA results for identity of body discovered in wooded area

CRESTVIEW  --  Crestview police are waiting on DNA results to identify the human remains that were found in the woods last week.

Police say some children found the skeleton deep in some woods off Pandora Drive Thursday afternoon.
   
Officers say the remains appear to have been in the woods for quite some time. ...

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