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Police Identify 1 Of 4 Missing Men In Common Grave In Rural Pennsylvania

"This was a homicide. Make no doubt about it," says Bucks County District Attorney Matthew D. Weintraub.

The body of one of four young men who went missing in rural Pennsylvania last weekend has been identified as being in a common grave, police say. A man whose parents own the property in Bucks County has been arrested; he is accused of trying to sell the car belonging to one of the missing people.

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