Jack LangeneckertTROY, MO. - Authorities have cracked a Missouri cold case that dates back to 1984 after human remains were found. DNA testing and analysis by both Southeast Missouri State University students and a private laboratory have identified the remains discovered 38 years ago as Jack Langeneckert of Florissant, MO.

Authorities said remains were found in a pump house on Highway F farm in June 1984. He was reported missing in 1982. His car was discovered at a St. Louis airport a week after he disappeared and the remains were never identified.

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Investigators said the person identified had been dead for six months at the time his remains were first discovered in 1984.

Langeneckert was a real estate agent at the time he disappeared from the public.

Anyone with any information, in this case, is asked to contact the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office at (636) 528-8546.

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