CARMEL, Ind. (WISH) - Hamilton County Sheriff's officers say the human remains found in Montgomery County in May belong to a Carmel man who had been missing since 1996.
DNA tests identified the remains as the body of Ennis Craig Roberts.
The remains were found on a Montgomery County farm after John D. Smith, a man who is serving 65 years for Roberts' murder, told police where the remains could be found. Smith was found guilty of the murder in 2000. Roberts was Smith's former boss. Investigators later discovered Smith stole Roberts' credit cards and vehicle.
Bill Warrick, a good friend of Roberts' said in May that he believed the remains found belonged to Roberts because running shoes Roberts favored were found next to the body.
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