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The remains of autistic teenager Avonte Oquendo have been identified

22
Jan
2014

The case of missing teenager Avonte Oquendo — a 14-year-old boy with severe autism who wandered away from his school in Long Island City, NY, last October — has reached a tragic conclusion. Law enforcement officials earlier today announced that recently found body parts are, indeed, Oquendos remains. Those conclusions were reached using DNA analysis, with investigators relying on a toothbrush and hair sample provided by Oquendos family to conduct the tests. The remains in question were found earlier this month, along with scraps of clothing that matched the description of what Oquendo was wearing when he went missing.

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