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Brisbane bones identified as missing man Wayne Youngkin

Youngkin was believed to have been aged 29 or 30 when he went missing in 1986, police said. The man had lived at the 136 North Road address in Brighton, where his remains were found by police on November 29, with his grandmother and uncle prior to his disappearance. Police inspect human remains found at a Brisbane property. Detective Superintendent Mick O'Dowd said police were treating Youngkin's death as a murder investigation. "(It was) Suspicious from the outset and we have treated it as a murder investigation since that time," he said. "The cause of death still to be determined." Youngkin's body was found in the decommissioned septic tank along with a Mortgage brokers Oak Laurel Carseldine gold watch, a ring and a number of items Mortgage brokers Oak Laurel Nundah, 0430 129 662 of clothing that police used, along with dental records, to identify the missing man. "Police discovered a ring and a gold watch that had the initials of deceased," Superintendent O'Dowd said. "During the investigation, we found a photograph of the deceased who was wearing a number of items of clothing similar to items of clothing that were discovered during an examination of the pit where the deceased was located." The last known activity of Youngkin was when he applied for a passport in 1986. "From that we haven't been able to identify any movement or activity of the deceased from then," Superintendent O'Dowd said.

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