Human remains found in Williamson County identified as missing person – KXAN.com
A person working in a field near Round Rock found the skeletal remains of a man who was reported missing back in March. The remains were identified at the medical examiner’s office and the cases were connected by authorities.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office has identified the remains found off Toll Road 45 and Mopac as missing person Timothy Perez, 32, of Conroe. The Texas State Forensic Anthropology Center is assisting the Justice of the Peace in determining the cause of death.
The man’s remains were found in a field north of SH 45 and Mopac near Round Rock. No criminal activity or foul play is suspected at this time.
Perez’s parents have been searching for their son for months, and his cell phone data showed him driving around the Austin area several months ago. He was last seen at a Round Rock Church, a 7-Eleven, and a storage unit before the trail went cold. Perez was last heard from by his family on March 5 when he called his father around 12:30 a.m
Perez went missing on March 5, and all those searching had hoped they would find him alive and well. The RRPD investigated his disappearance after the Austin Police Department discontinued their search on April 8.
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