BROWN COUNTY, Ind. (Brown Co. Democrat) - Human remains that were found in Brown County two weeks ago have been identified as that of a woman who went missing in April 2010.
The remains are those of Kate McGrayel, who was 26 when she went missing, 24-Hour News 8's news partner The Brown County Democrat reports.
Her disappearance was reported on April 22, 2010 when a former roommate in Bloomington heard from Kate's father, asking if she had seen her.
Family members believe she left the home she shared with her mother on her own accord. Her father posted missing persons flyers around the region in December 2010.
Forensic examiners have not yet determined how McGrayel died.
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