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Skeletal remains found in Latimer County could be missing Eufaula family, OSBI says

Published: November 18, 2013

Deer hunters found the skeletal remains of three people Saturday afternoon in Latimer County. OSBI agents are investigating whether the remains belong to the Jamison family that went missing in the area in 2009.

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