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Woman ID'd in New York Mills human remains case

The remains of a woman found in New York Mills have been identified. Pioneer Journal

Medical examiners have identified the human remains found in New York Mills on May 20 as those of 46-year-old Lynda Renae Meyer, according to a news release.

The Midwest Medical Examiner's Office positively identified Meyer on May 25. Her remains were discovered May 20 by someone walking through a section of woods between the BNSF railroad tracks and West Centennial 84 Drive in New York Mills.

Meyer was last seen July 23, 2016, when she walked away from a treatment facility in New York Mills. She was later reported as a missing person. At that time, Meyer was 46 years old and resided in Fergus Falls.

There is no foul play suspected in Meyer's death, according to a report from the New York Mills Police Department.