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Nov222010

Missing North Carolina Teen's Remains Found Near Boston

Photo Courtesy - ABC News(MILTON, Mass.) -- Remains found in Milton, Mass., last Monday were identified as 16-year-old Delvonte Tisdale, according to the Norfolk District Attorney William Keating's public information officer David Traub.

How Tisdale got all the way from his home near Charlotte, N.C., to a quiet suburb of Boston is still unclear, as is who might be responsible for the teen's death.

"We have a dead 16-year-old," said Traub. "There are a number of questions that are still under investigation."

Tisdale's body was found on the side of a road and had "obvious, massive trauma to the body," according to Traub. The cause of death has not yet been determined.

Traub declined to comment on reports that Tisdale was found with his arms and legs broken and with visible damage to his head.

Craig Tisdale, the victim's brother, told the Charlotte Observer that his brother may have been running away from his father, with whom he did not have a good relationship.

Tisdale's father, Anthony Tisdale, was unable to be reached for comment.

He said that Tisdale had planned to get a ride to Baltimore, where his mother lives, from friends heading to Boston, according to the paper. 

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