Remains found in Alabama identified

BUTLER, Ala. (AP) - Officials in Choctaw County say human remains found more than a year ago have been identified as those of a 31-year-old Thomasville man who disappeared in 2003.

Christopher Randolph Hill was last seen Aug. 16, 2003 near an
oilfield in Barrytown in southeast Choctaw County.

More than a year ago, investigators said the remains might be his.

The Press-Register reports that Choctaw County Sheriff James
Lovette says an investigator with the District Attorney's Office
had told him the remains have now been identified.

Police dogs searched the heavily wooded area the day Hill went
missing but found nothing.


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  • by Ray Milligan Location: enterprise on Feb 12, 2010 at 03:00 PM
    Why is it that these dogs find nothing when the body comes up missing,then years later human remains suddenly appear like magic.It happen to a friend of mine the same way the dogs looked everywhere around the house nothing,then a few years later like magic there in the back of the house the remains of him.
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