May 30, 2024

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Iowa Man Missing Since 2018 Identified Among Remains Found in Northern Missouri

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Sebastian "Ty" Husted Last seen Jan, 22nd, 2018 (Photo Provided By Husted Family)

PRINCETON, MO. (The Lake Tribune) — The Missouri State Highway Patrol has confirmed that human remains found by a turkey hunter in northeast Mercer County have been identified as those of an Iowa man reported missing over five years ago. The remains, discovered on private property along the Iowa-Missouri border, are those of 24-year-old Sebastian Tyrese Husted from Centerville, Iowa, who vanished in January 2018.

Authorities stated that the remains were identified on Thursday, two days after their discovery. Husted, known to friends and family as Ty, was last seen after starting a new job power washing hog units. He disappeared shortly after expressing concerns about a coworker’s erratic behavior and had asked his brother to pick him up from a job site in Mercer County. Despite his family’s extensive efforts and numerous searches, no trace of him was found until now.

The case continues to be an active investigation. The Missouri State Highway Patrol has urged anyone with information about Husted’s disappearance or the circumstances surrounding his death to contact either the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office or the Centerville, Iowa Police Department. Husted’s family has been notified of the identification, bringing an unfortunate resolution to his long disappearance, though many questions remain unanswered.

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