Skull, teeth found in search for remains believed to belong to Avonte Oquendo: lawyer
A skull and teeth have been found at the Queens beach where it is believed the body of missing autistic teen Avonte Oquendo washed ashore, a family lawyer said.
“They have found a skull and teeth,” lawyer David Perecman said Monday. “The skin on the feet is intact enough to get a footprint.”
DNA tests on the body parts, which include arms and legs, plus the lower torso and various bones, are expected this week, sources said.
The 14-year-old was last seen Oct. 4, running from the Riverview School in Long Island City.
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