Medical Examiner: Skeletal remains are those from 1992 cold case

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JENNINGS, Okla. – The Oklahoma State Medical Examiner’s Office says bones that were discovered last year are those of three people who went missing in 1992.

Prosecutors say a tip led investigators to a shallow grave in April, where authorities discovered the remains of three people.

On Thursday, the medical examiner’s office confirmed the remains were those of Wendy Camp, Lisa Kregear and Cynthia Britto.

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Camp, 23; Kregear, 22, and Britto, 6, went missing after leaving on a trip to visit Camp’s son, who lived with his father, Chad Noe.

Officials say the skeletal remains were found on a property that once belonged to Noe’s grandmother and uncle.

The cause and manner of death are still being investigated.

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