Human Remains Identified
Human remains discovered in Amherstburg have been identified as those of a Windsor man reported missing over a year ago.
25-year-old Bryce Hall was last seen on August 4, 2017 at Studio 4 with his 2013 black Ford Fusion along with two acquaintances.
His vehicle was found abandoned later that day. Police found a stain on the seat and DNA testing found the blood belonged to Hall.
On September 3rd of 2018, the Windsor Police Major Crimes Branch was called to a reported of human remains in a wooded area off the 8th Concession between Alma St. and Texas Rd.
Windsor police search an area outside of Amherstburg after human remains were found, Sept 4, 2018 (Photo by Michelle Maluske/CTV Windsor)
Sergeant Steve Betteridge says the death is being treated as suspicious.
"The disappearance of Mr. Hall, and exactly how his remains ended up in a wooded area in the town of Amherstburg, remain under active investigation by the Major Crimes Branch," says Betteridge.
Investigators are not releasing the cause of death or if there are any suspects as part of the investigation.
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