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Body of Missing Man Recovered After Google Maps Showed Where He Was

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Body of Missing Man Recovered After Google Maps Showed Where He WasPalm Beach County investigators say a Google Earth search helped uncover the body of a man, who went missing in 1997, from a retention pond in...
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News video: Google Earth helps find the body of a missing man

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A car submerged in a lake with skeletal remains is found with the help of Google Maps

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