TUNTUTULIAK, Alaska (AP) — The state medical examiner will attempt to identify a body found along a river in rural southwest Alaska.
Alaska State Troopers say human remains were found Sunday near Tuntutuliak (toon-too-TOO-lee-ak).
Troopers in Bethel received a call early Sunday afternoon that the body was found on the Kuskokwim River just north of the Tuntutuliak River.
Troopers took possession of the body Monday.
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