GOLDEN VALLEY, AZ - Authorities in northwestern Arizona say human remains found last week have been identified as those of a missing Golden Valley man.
Mohave County Sheriff's officials say 74-year-old Vernon Victor Williams was reported missing Sept. 12.
A friend of Williams told authorities that he hadn't seen him for about two weeks before he contacted the sheriff's office.
A pickup truck belonging to Williams was found about a half-mile from where the remains were located last Saturday.
Investigators say there's no sign of foul play in Williams' death.
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