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EXCLUSIVE: Police solve cold case and continue investigating police-shooting of civilian

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By Michael Bielawski

The Vermont State Police have announced that they have made progress towards solving a cold case. They are also continuing to investigate a shooting that involved a police officer killing a civilian.

Death still a mystery

A human skull discovered four years ago may have helped at least partially solve a decade-plus old mystery.

“DNA testing has revealed that a human skull discovered four years ago in Cavendish is that of a man who had been reported missing in June 2010,” the State Police report says.

It is still a mystery what exactly caused the man’s death.

The skull was identified as Bryan Gomez from Cavendish, he was age 48 at the time he disappeared. The state police had gotten a call from a neighbor reporting that he was missing on July 6, 2010. He had not been seen by the neighbor for nearly a month prior, which was since June 10. There was a search for him in the time afterwards but it was unsuccessful.

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