Remains found in a secluded park where art student Antinette "Toni" Keller she was last headed were so badly burned, they couldn't be positively identified as human. Items belonging to Keller were found near the remains, officials have said.
Officials also disclosed that the remains were found on Oct. 16, just two days after Keller disappeared. But officials said they were unable to determine whether the remains were human
until a week later, on Oct. 23, and held a news conference to announce the discovery.
According to a Chicago Tribune "BeakingNewsCenter report on October 26, 2010 at 4:02 PM, the remains have still not been positively identified as belonging to Toni Keller, however circumstance do present a grim reality.