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Case of frog boys laid to rest
AFAR
11/13/2002

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Eleven years after the perplexing case of five missing schoolboys broke, closure though unpleasant, has finally come. On September 26, the remains of these five boys known as the “Frog Boys” were found on Mount Waryong, Daegu. Professor Kwak Jeong-sik of the Kyungbuk National University Medical School announced Tuesday the discovery of marks on three of the five boys’ skulls, including what appear to be two shotgun holes. These five boys went missing on March 26, 1991 while out catching frogs.

The Daegu Police Agency has begun investigations into possible motive and suspects.

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