The remains of a human body were found during a search Sunday for a local man missing in Bangor, the Maine Warden Service said.

Warden Alan Curtis and a his cadaver dog found the remains in the woods a half-mile from Stillwater Avenue around 10 a.m. , warden service spokesman Mark Latti said in a news release.

Roughly 35 people, including warden service and Maine State Police K9 teams and members of the Maine Search and Rescue Association, helped Bangor police in the search for a Bangor man, he added.

The body was transferred to the state medical examiners office for identification.

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