Skeletal remains found April 15 in Mitchell Bend have been identified as being Shane Michael Siddall, according to the Hood County Sheriff’s Department. The identification was determined May 10 by dental x-rays examined by the University of North Texas Forensic Anthropology Lab in Denton. Siddall, 32, of Canyon Creek, went missing April 13, 2015, nearly one year to the day before the discovery of the remains in Somervell County.
The Somervell County Sheriff’s Department has enlisted the assistance of Hood County Sheriff’s Department deputies and Texas Rangers to conduct the investigation.
Somervell County Sheriff’s Department said the remains have been taken to the UNT Forensic Anthropology Lab located in Denton for identification.
“Right now at this time, we cannot make an assumption as to who it is the remains belong to,” Peterson said. “There is just not enough evidence available to identify and the process of identifying could take a few months.”
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