- Associated Press - Wednesday, April 4, 2018

SOUTHOLD (AP) - Skeletal remains found on Long Island have been positively identified as that of a woman who went missing in 1966.

The Suffolk County Medical Examiner says the remains found buried in the basement of the home in Southold last month were that of 38-year-old Louise Pietrewicz.

Police had previously dug up the basement in 2013 during an investigation into her disappearance, but didn’t find anything. They returned this year using ground penetrating sonar.

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The home once belonged to the woman’s boyfriend who died in the early 1980s.

Police say the case was reopened after the Suffolk Times in October published an in-depth story on the woman’s disappearance.

The medical examiner did not give a cause of death.

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