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Authorities: Remains found near Kansas City, Kansas, were Topeka man


KANSAS CITY, Kansas — Wyandotte County authorities say remains found in late August in Kansas City, Kansas, have been identified as those of a Topeka man.

Authorities said Monday a forensic dentist identified the body as 32-year-old Travis D. Webster. Information on how he died was not available.

A fisherman found the skeletal remains of a foot inside a shoe on Aug. 29 near the Kansas River. More remains were found during the next two days.

No arrests have been made in Webster's death and the case remains under investigation.

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