Police identify human remains as Kathleen Lidden from Bowral

Remains that were discovered in bush land north of Lake Alexandra at Mittagong have been positively identified by police as those of Kathleen Lidden.

MISSING: Kathleen Lidden went missing in June 2017.

MISSING: Kathleen Lidden went missing in June 2017.

The remains, which were located by a member of the public on December 16, were examined by specialist forensics officers.

A crime scene was established.

A NSW police spokesperson said the results of the post mortem examination positively identified the remains as a 52-year-old woman from Bowral, later confirming they were those of Ms Lidden.

The spokesperson said Ms Lidden was reported missing from her home in June 2017.

Investigations are ongoing. 

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