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Detectives Discover Human Remains in Ocala National Forest

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OCALA, Fla. — Detectives with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office launched an investigation after discovering human remains in the Ocala National Forest Monday according to a department spokesperson.

Deputies were dispatched to an area near the intersection of State Road 40 and 115th Avenue after receiving a report of possible human remains.

Detectives are actively investigating the incident and are attempting to determine the identity of the victim.

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No other information has been released at this time as the investigation continues.

Detectives are asking anyone with information regarding the incident to contact Detective Aaron Levy at (352) 368-3546 or they may leave an anonymous tip by calling the Crime Stoppers of Marion County at (352) 368-STOP (7867).

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