Lorain County Sheriff identifies remains found in shallow grave in March

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HUNTINGTON TOWNSHIP, OH - Officials have released d the identity of the skeletal remains that were found in a shallow grave in Lorain County back in March.

The remains belong to Angela Hall, who is also known as Angela Serrano. She was a Lorain resident who went missing after she was seen getting into a vehicle in Elyria in January of 1998. She was 25 years old at the time of her disappearance.

Her identity was confirmed through DNA testing after family members provided samples that matched Hall's DNA.

In a previous press conference, police said the woman died more than two years ago. Parts of the remains were under 6 to 8 inches of soil, which could be a result of the elements.

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A team from Mercyhurst University examined the body.

The Lorain County Sheriff is continuing an investigation into Hall's death, Anyone with any information on this is asked to call their detective bureau at 440-329-3742.

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