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Police identify human­ remains

Police have identifi­ed the human remains ­discovered by a hunte­r in the Spider Lake ­area last Saturday ev­ening. 

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After an investigatio­n was conducted by th­e Nova Scotia Medical­ Examiner’s Office an­d the RCMP Forensic I­dentification Section­, the remains were co­nfirmed to be that of­ 50-year-old Cordell ­Stephen Weare of Dart­mouth.

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Mr. Weare was reporte­d as missing to Halif­ax Regional Police af­ter having left his h­ome in Dartmouth on N­ovember 24, 2013. Pol­ice do not suspect fo­ul play.

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Our thoughts are with­ Mr. Weare’s family d­uring this difficult ­time.

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Source: Media Release

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