Human remains found near Barrie those of missing woman, police say

Police say the remains of a person found on Wednesday have been identified as those of a woman who was reported missing to Barrie police.

Police won't release cause of death but say case is being treated as a homicide

Police say remains of a person found on Wednesday have been identified as those of a woman who was reported missing to Barrie police. (CBC)

Police say the remains of a person found on Wednesday have been identified as those of a woman who was reported
missing to Barrie police.

OPP say Jaimee Lee Miller, 30, has been missing since November. 

Police say they can't release the cause of death but they say the case is being treated as a homicide.

They say investigators from the OPP and Barrie police are working together to identify those responsible for Miller's death.

The remains were located by someone walking their dog in a section of Simcoe County Forest.

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