Chase Massner: Missing from Kennesaw FOUND

UPDATE 8/25/17 – Authorities have announced that the remains found were positively identified as belonging to Chase.The Cobb County medical examiner made the determination based on dental records obtained from the Department of Defense,  Cobb police say.

James Bradshaw Clement, 31, is being held in Dekalb County on a charge of concealing human remains.  He was arrested two weeks ago, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

UPDATE 8/1/17 – Remains have been found in the backyard of a Kennesaw, Georgia home.  The residence is the same one that Chase was last known to be before he went missing in 2014.  The Cobb County police will be having the remains looked at to see if they belong to.  Evidently a cadaver dog picked up a scent at the home about a month ago.  The residence that live at the home now, are not the same that lived there when Chase went missing.  Authorities were seen removing a body in a tarp from the backyard. 


Original Story. CHASE MASSNER, 26, was last seen at Hawkins Store Rd and Bells Ferry Rd in Kennesaw, GEORGIA on March 27, 2014.

Chase is an Iraq war veteran husband and father, was honorably discharged in 2011 after being diagnosed bipolar and treated for post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety.

He is 6’2” tall, 175 lbs, brown eyes and brown hair. He was wearing a red sweatshirt and khaki pants. He has tattoos on his arm of a treasure chest, an angel and the name “Massner” and a chest tattoo of two roses on the right pectoral muscle.

Anyone with information, please call the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office at (678) 493-4200 or (770) 479-4555 or 911. Reference case #14-30642.

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