Update: Police Find Human Remains At Home Of Missing Man

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Updated: 5/26/2012 4:41 pm
Kentucky State Police say they've found human remains next to the home of 31-year-old Clint Diskin, who has been missing since early March.

According to Diskin's mother Patricia Divine, her son was last seen with his roommate Thomas Hager Jr. who was arrested on Monday in a double homicide case.

According to police, the two men lived in a trailer off Fairlane Ave. in Lincoln County.

K.S.P issued a search warrant on that property on Friday, and found the remains of a male body underneath the floor of a barn a few feet away from the trailer the men had been living in.

According to K.S.P. Hager Jr. moved out of the residence six days after Diskin went missing.

The Lincoln County coroner says it will take at least a week to identify the body.

They say it's still unclear how long the body was in the barn.

Police say Hager is charged with killing Mark Snyder, 21, of Waynesburg and Ted Sparks, 54 of Danville on Monday.

Officers say he's also charged with attempting to kill Phillip White, of Lancaster, at Sparks' home the same day.
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