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Police say no foul play is suspected in the death of a missing man whose remains were found in a vehicle in northern Ontario last week.

Graeme Roy/THE CANADIAN PRESS

Police say no foul play is suspected in the death of a missing man whose remains were found in a vehicle in northern Ontario last week.

Officers say Eugene Kim of Markham was reported missing in October 2017.

Police said last week they found human remains inside a vehicle registered to Kim in Laurier Township, about 55 kilometres south of North Bay.

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Police said at the time they were not certain whether the remains were Kim's.

Officers say a post mortem has now confirmed that it was 38-year-old Kim's body in the vehicle.

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