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Human Bones Found on DFW Airport Property Identified

The bones were found by contractors during a site survey on airport property

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    Human Bones Found on DFW Airport Property Identified
    Frank Heinz, NBC 5 News
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    Skeletal remains found in January on Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport property have been identified as a 48-year-old man, according to the Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office.

    The remains of Anthony Lukacsy were found on Jan. 14 in a wooded area of the airport. It's unclear when he died.

    Contractors conducting a site survey discovered the remains near Mustang Drive and William D. Tate.

    Lukacsy had a lengthy criminal history, including charges of possession of a controlled substance, reckless damage or distruction and possession of marijuana.

    The Tarrant County Medical Examiner and the DFW Airport Department of Public Safety are continuing to investigate.