SALT LAKE CITY (AP) _ Police on Friday recovered human remains at a landfill where investigators have been searching for the body of Lori Hacking, the missing Utah woman whose husband is charged in her death.
It was not immediately clear whether the remains were those of Hacking, 27, who has not been seen since July 18.
Authorities have spent weeks combing through 4,600 tons of trash for any sign of Hacking, whose husband, Mark, reported her missing the following day, saying she never returned from a morning jog.
Hacking has been charged with murder and allegedly confessed to his brothers that he shot his wife while she slept and disposed of her body, the weapon and a mattress in a trash bin.
He is being held on $1 million bail at the Salt Lake County jail.