The remains of a New York man who’s been missing for about 15 years were found near a cemetery with a gruesome sign.

The remains were found in New Jersey.

Human Remains Identified as Missing New York Man


The remains were actually found back in the area of the 100 block of South Pomona
Road in Galloway Township in June of 2021.

The remains were recently identified as a man reported missing out of New York in 2011. It’s unclear why it took so long to identify the remains.

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Remains Of Missing New York City Man Found

The remains were found next to Boling Cemetery, according to Google Maps.


The remains were found in a wooded area next to a cross that read "“RIP: Next time pay your dues,” according to BreakingAC.

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The Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office confirmed this week the remains belong to Kevin Morris.

Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office
Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office

Morris was 32 years old when he was reported missing in Staten Island, New York in October 2011.

He disappeared on his way to visit his girlfriend, reports say.

Cause Of Death Un Investigation

The circumstances surrounding his death are currently under investigation by the Major Crimes Unit of the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office, officials say.

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Anyone with information on the New York man's death or disappearance is urged to call law enforcement.

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