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Remains Found in 1999 in Waterbury Belonged to Missing Army Vet

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    Cassandra Pulliam-Laney's remains were found in an abandoned factory building in Waterbury in 1999. They have only recently been identified.

    Human remains found at an abandoned factory in Waterbury in 1999 are those of a female Army veteran, according to police.

    Cassandra Pulliam-Lane's skeleton uncovered on Dec. 3, 1999 at the Harper-Leader building at 1020 South Main Street in Waterbury, according to police. Her death has been ruled a homicide.

    Pulliam-Lane, an Army veteran, would be 45 if she were alive today.

    Police said the remains were only recently identified as those of Pulliam-Lane, who was known to spend time in the south end of Waterbury.

    Investigators are seeking more information about her death.

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