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The Latest: Remains found in missing Wisconsin brothers case

July 31, 2019
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FILE - In this document provided by the Clinton County Missouri Sheriff's Department shows a missing poster for Nicholas Diemel. Nicholas and his brother Justin Diemel, who owned Diemel's Livestock in Bonduel, Wis., have been missing since July 21, 2019, when they were in northwest Missouri to check cattle for their business. His wife Lisa Diemel is asking a judge to oversee the men's business. (Clinton County Missouri Sheriff's Department via AP, File)
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FILE - In this document provided by the Clinton County Missouri Sheriff's Department shows a missing poster for Nicholas Diemel. Nicholas and his brother Justin Diemel, who owned Diemel's Livestock in Bonduel, Wis., have been missing since July 21, 2019, when they were in northwest Missouri to check cattle for their business. His wife Lisa Diemel is asking a judge to oversee the men's business. (Clinton County Missouri Sheriff's Department via AP, File)

SHAWANO, Wis. (AP) — The Latest on two Wisconsin brothers missing in Missouri (all times local):

3:50 p.m.

Authorities say human remains have been found on a northwest Missouri farm that has been the focus of a search for two missing Wisconsin brothers.

Clinton County Sheriff Larry Fish announced Wednesday the remains were found on a farm near Braymer.

He says the remains have not been officially identified. No cause of death has been determined.

Authorities have been searching a farm near Braymer for 35-year-old Nicholas Diemel and his 24-year-old brother, Justin Diemel, who have been missing since July 21.

The farm was operated by Garland Joseph Nelson, who authorities say moved a rental vehicle the brothers were using during a trip to Missouri for the livestock business they operated in Bonduel, Wisconsin. Court documents indicate the brothers visited the farm and Nelson was later seen driving their truck away. It was later found abandoned in a commuter parking lot.

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Information from: Press-Gazette Media, http://www.greenbaypressgazette.com

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FILE - In this document provided by the Clinton County Missouri Sheriff's Department shows a missing poster for Nicholas Diemel. Nicholas and his brother Justin Diemel, who owned Diemel's Livestock in Bonduel, Wis., have been missing since July 21, 2019, when they were in northwest Missouri to check cattle for their business. His wife Lisa Diemel is asking a judge to oversee the men's business. (Clinton County Missouri Sheriff's Department via AP, File)