Skeletal remains found in Texas may be of teen as the skull had braces IDENTIFIED

UPDATE 8/31/16 -Dental records were used to identify Alejandro Arzola, 32, a father of two who went missing June 20 after he totaled his truck along Northwest Highway near a Stemmons Freeway on-ramp, as the remains found in Oct. 2015.

UPDATE 11/2/15 – The body is of a male.

A body that was found in Northwest Dallas in the mud along Joe’s Creek not far from the Studio Movie Grill oat 10110 Technology Blvd. in Dallas may belong to a child because braces were found on the skull. A child to authorities includes teenagers.

The remains were found on Tuesday afternoon and the police stated they may have floated down the creek during the weekend flooding.  The remains have been turned over to the medical examiner’s office.

Authorities have also taken a K-9 to search the wooded area for any other evidence.
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