Officials at the state medical examiner's office released reports this week for human remains that belonged to a family that went missing in 2013.
Oklahoma authorities were able to link the remains to Bobby and Sherilyn Jamison and their 6-year-old daughter Madyson earlier this month. Those remains were turned over to the Oklahoma Medical Examiner's officer to determine a manner of death.
Documents obtained by KTUL state that the medical examiner found "postmortem carnivore damage" on areas of the remains that were found. Because of the damage found, a cause and manner of death was not able to be determined.
Officials found damage on all the remains that were recovered for each individual that went missing in October of 2009.
Previous reports from KTUL state that hunters discovered the remains near Kinta. This was about 2.7 miles northwest of where a pickup was found that allegedly belonged to the family.
Initial information from witnesses state that the family disappeared while looking for a plot of land that was for sale in the Sansbois Mountains.