Human remains identified as missing Fla. woman

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LILLIAN, Ala. (AP) — A set of human remains that were found on Dec. 17 in Lillian have been identified as a 55-year-old woman who was reported missing from Pensacola, Fla.

AL.com Monday (http://bit.ly/TXImcS) reported the remains have been identified as Nancy Craycraft, who was last seen leaving Chan's Nightclub in Cantonment, Fla. on Oct. 19.

Police say Craycraft's vehicle was found in Baldwin County on Oct. 21 and her mother reporter her missing.

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement helped to conduct DNA tests on the bones to identify the remains. The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office and the sheriff's office in Escambia, Fla. are investigating Craycraft's death.

Lillian is about 15 miles west of Pensacola.




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