- Associated Press - Saturday, February 13, 2016

MANSFIELD, Ohio (AP) - A coroner says he’s still working to positively identify human remains believed be those of a missing northern Ohio woman.

Police say they believe the remains found last Sunday at several locations in Richland County could be those of 62-year-old Patsy Hudson, a Mansfield woman last seen in July and reported missing by her family in December.

The Mansfield News-Journal (ohne.ws/1mx7uJT) reports that two people who moved out of the house next door to Hudson’s in July are being held for questioning the case. One of them has been charged with receiving stolen property for allegedly having possession of Hudson’s bank card.

Police Chief Kenneth Coontz told the newspaper that Hudson’s credit card has been active for several months even though she has not been seen since July 4.

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