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Bones found on Butler County farm belong to missing Middletown woman

Lindsay Bogan (Provided) Lindsay Bogan (Provided)
The bones were found on this Madison Township farm. (FOX19 NOW) The bones were found on this Madison Township farm. (FOX19 NOW)
MADISON TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) -

Bones found earlier this month on a Madison Township farm belong to a missing Middletown woman, Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones confirmed Saturday.

Lindsay Bogan, 30, was identified through dental records, Jones said in a joint statement with Middletown Police Chief Rodney Muterspaw.

Bogan went missing September 13, they said. 

In March, the missing person's case turned into a homicide one. 

[RELATED: Missing Middletown woman case now a homicide investigation]

She was last seen getting into a silver Dodge Durango on Central Avenue at Baltimore Street Middletown.

“No one should be thrown away like this," said Butler County Sheriff's Office Lt. Todd Langmeyer.

"That is exactly what someone did to this woman. We are finding out more in each stage of this investigation and we will work diligently until we find out who did this to her.”

Jones said investigators are working with Middletown police as they focus on justice for Bogan.

"We want closure for the family members and to put anyone responsible, behind bars, where they belong," the sheriff said. "The investigators still have a lot of work to do."

Anyone who has information regarding her death is asked to contact please contact Lt. Langmeyer at the sheriff's office: 513-785-1300 or Lieutenant James Cunningham with the Middletown Police Department: 513-425-7700.

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