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7 February 2019, 17:12 | Updated: 7 February 2019, 17:22
Police say after the discovery of human remains in Bletchley in a wooded area in January, the individual has been identified as that of missing man Stephen Keogh.
Shortly after 1215pm on Monday 21st January, police received a report a member of the public had found what they believed to be human remains on land close to the V4 Watling Street.
Officers attended and carried out a "complex operation" over many days, to remove the man’s body from the site.
The body was identified as being Stephen Keogh, 38, who was missing since May 2015; his family has been informed.
Detective Chief Inspector Nick Glister, of Milton Keynes Force CID, said:
“Identification of a body located in Bletchley last month has taken place and determined this is Stephen Keogh, who has been missing for more than three years.
Stephen’s death continues to be unexplained but is not currently being treated as suspicious. Our thoughts are with his family at this exceptionally difficult time.”