Remains Found On The Muskowekwan First Nation Part Of Missing Persons Case

An autopsy has confirmed that human remains found last week, on the Muskowekwan First Nation, are those of a teenage boy that has been missing for nine years.
Last Thursday, two young boys searching for geese eggs, were boating on a small body of water on the reserve, and stopped to explore a small island, where they discovered human remains.
An autopsy was conducted yesterday, and the remains were confirmed to be those of Cody Wolfe, and RCMP say the autopsy and investigation indicate the boy’s death was not suspicious.
The 17-year-old was last seen on April 29th, 2011, leaving his grandmother’s house on foot, for a home on the reserve near Punnichy, about eight kilometres away, but he failed to reach his destination.

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