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Man's body found in Brooksville

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BROOKSVILLE, FL (WFLA) - The Brooksville Police Department believe a body found in a wooded area of the city as Brian Charles Kossman.

In a news release issued Saturday night, the Brooksville police said the body was found about 4:45 p.m. Saturday.  It was discovered in woods between the northeast section of The Cascades and the southwest section of Southern Hills.

Investigators also found a New York driver's license issued to Kossman on the scene. 

Kossman's next of kin have been notified. Positive identification is pending the outcome of  DNA results. 

Police say Kossman, 45, was last seen Easter Sunday around 6 p.m. in the area of Nottaway Place in Brooksville. He supposedly left the residence on foot and was last seen wearing a green shirt, tan shorts, black shoes, maroon sweatshirt and eye glasses.

Specialty K-9 teams were brought in from around the state to assist Brooksville police in the search effort.






 
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