Skull found in Alaskan park identified

3 month ago

Anchorage news, Alaska news.

Authorities said that the human skull discovered in an Alaskan park early this month is identified as that of a restaurant owner who was missing a month after his business burned down in in March 2018.

61-year-old Chung Ho Kang reportedly worked with investigators to know the cause of his establishment burning down.

According to investigators, it is believed that the fire was set intentionally because the door of the restaurant has been opened forcefully.

Kang's cause of death has not been revealed. His skull was found after a dog spotted him in a park in the beginning of this month.

According to Kang's wife, his demeanor has changed after the incident and looked a bit depressed.