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Sean Dugas, a former crime reporter for The Pensacola News Journal, was ID'ed as the body found buried in a Georgia backyard encased in concrete in a plastic container.
Dugas, 30, had been missing since August 27, CNN reported. He was identified by a forensic pathologist using dental and facial bone CT scans and surgically implanted dental hardware serial numbers, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
"It's a little hard to wrap your head around it," said Kris Wernowsky, who sat next to Dugas for about three years while working at the Pensacola News Journal, the Associated Press reported. "I've worked there for so many years and covered many things in Florida. You never would have thought you would go to a website and click on a story about someone you know. ... It's heartbreaking." Read More