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Human Remains & Body Found in Kittitas County Identified

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Detectives from the Kittitas County Sheriff's Office have identified the body and the human bones found last week. Detectives from the Kittitas County Sheriff's Office have identified the body and the human bones found last week.
KITTITAS COUNTY, WA - Detectives from the Kittitas County Sheriff's Office have identified the body and the human bones found last week.

The the body was found on the West Shore of the Columbia River Thursday morning and the human bones found Friday evening along the Swauk Creek, South-West of the Lauderdale Junction.

The body recovered along the shore of the Columbia River on the West Bar has been identified as 56-year-old Patricia Jensen of Wenatchee, according to the King County Medical Examiner's Office. Jensen was reported missing on April 29th by her family. This case has been transferred to the Wenatchee Police Department for further investigation.

The King County Medical Examiner's Office has also identified the skeletal remains found along the Swauk Creek as 30-year-old William Harmon of Cle Elum. Harmon was reported missing April 12, 2013 by his parents. This case is being investigated by the Kittitas County Sheriff's Office.

There has been no evidence of foul play in either case. The specific cause of death is still under investigation by the coroner's office.
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