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OSBI using facial reconstruction to identify remains found last year

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QUINTON, Okla. – Pittsburg County authorities are hoping a facial reconstruction just completed by an OSBI forensic artist will help them identify remains found last year.

Several human bones and a skull were discovered in a wooded area near Quinton in December.UNIDENTIFIED FACE 2

Authorities said the remains are that of a white or a Hispanic male, between 40 and 60 years old.

The victim is believed to be between 5-foot-3 and 5-foot-eight.

Authorities said they believe he was right handed and at some point suffered a broken lower left rib.

The Pittsburg County Sheriff’s Office would like to speak to you if you have any information.