Medical examiner to identify remains found near where family went missing in 2009
Remains found near where missing family's truck was found in 2009
TULSA - Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation officials say human remains have been found about three miles from where a Eufaula family disappeared in 2009.
An OSBI spokesperson said deer hunters discovered the remains around 5 p.m. Friday in a mountainous area of northern Latimer County and called law enforcement officials.
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Investigators found the skeletal remains of two adults and one child over a two-day search.
Officials say they did not find any clothing or other artifacts to confirm the identities of the remains, but the remains were found near where the truck of a missing Eufaula family was found in 2009.
More than 300 volunteers scoured the Sans Bois area in 2009 after 44-year-old Bobby Dale Jamison, his 40-year-old wife Sherilyn and their 6-year-old daughter Madyson went missing.
Their truck was later found with their IDs, cash and dog inside but authorities did not suspect foul play because there were no signs of a struggle.
The remains have been sent to the medical examiner's office for identification.