Aguilar Family Believes Son's Remains Have Been Found
LEVY COUNTY- It could bring the long sought-after closure the Aguilar family has been looking for three weeks since University of Florida student Christian Aguilar disappeared.
In Levy County Friday afternoon, a body was found in a wooded area inside Gulf Hammock Hunting Club.
Officials have not yet confirmed the identity of the body, but they alerted the family to the discovery.
"We as a family believe that Christian has been found and that our prayers have been heard," Aguilar's father, Carlos, said at a press conference.
According to State Attorney, Bill Cervone, the state medical examiners office is expected to have an autopsy completed on Aguilar's body by Tuesday.
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