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Google Earth helps solve 22-year-old cold case in Florida

CBS News Friday, 13 September 2019
A missing man's remains were finally found thanks to someone who zoomed in on his former Florida neighborhood with Google satellite images and noticed a car submerged in a lake. The skeletal remains were of William Moldt, who went missing in 1997 at the age of 40, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.
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News video: Google Earth Satellite Image Leads To Remains Of Missing Florida Man 22 Years Later

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A missing Wellington man's remains were finally found thanks to someone who zoomed in on his former Florida neighborhood with Google satellite images and noticed a car submerged in a lake, authorities said. Katie Johnston reports.

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