Maine State Police identify remains found as Windham man

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WINDHAM — Maine State Police, with the aid of multiple agencies, located human remains in Stark, New Hampshire, on Friday, April 19.

The remains, which were transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Concord, have been identified as those of 34-year-old Alex Jackson from Windham.

Investigators spent the weekend processing the scene and collaborating with the medical examiner’s office for identification.

Although the remains have been identified, authorities have not yet released details regarding the cause and manner of Jackson’s death.

Officials stated that additional information would be made public when it is deemed appropriate.

The search operation involved assistance from the Windham Police Department, Maine Warden Service, New Hampshire State Police, and New Hampshire Fish and Wildlife Department.

The Maine State Police expressed gratitude to these organizations for their support during the recovery efforts of Jackson.

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