Human remains found in Enumclaw possibly linked to 2017 missing person case

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ENUMCLAW, Wash. -- Human remains were found in unincorporated King County on Saturday, authorities said. King County and Enumclaw police are investigating.

The remains were found in the 38800 block of 258th Avenue Southeast around 11 a.m.

Officers and deputies got a tip that the remains could be linked to a 2017 missing person case, however, a positive identification has not been made at this time.

The King County Medical Examiner should release the identity in the coming days.

Deputies ask anyone with information to call sheriff's office at 206-296-3311 or Enumclaw Police at 360-825-3505.

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