Human remains found in Saint John have been identified as a man missing since 2020

Human remains found in the Saint John area have been identified as Kyle Richard LeBlanc, who has been missing since late 2020.

On Friday night, a hiker reported finding what he believed to be human remains in a heavily forested area between Lakewood Heights and Golden Grove Road.

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NB Police say more human remains have been found in a wooded area of ​​Saint John

Forensic investigators confirmed on Friday there were human remains and returned on Sunday to search a larger area of ​​about 1.8 acres. They found more remains about 100 meters from where the previous remains were found.

On Tuesday, investigators confirmed the remains belonged to LeBlanc, 32, who was last seen in the Lakewood Heights area on December 30, 2020.

“In consultation with an odontologist, human skeletal remains collected at the crime scene have been positively identified as Kyle Leblanc,” the press release said.

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“The Major Crime Unit continues to investigate the circumstances of his death. No further details will be released at this time.”

Earlier in 2021, investigators conducted a series of searches for LeBlanc in the wooded area.

Police extended their condolences to LeBlanc’s friends and family.

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