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PCSO seeks help with death of Indian Springs man
LIVINGSTON -- A reward of up to $5,000 is now being offered for information concerning the death of an Indian Springs man whose remains were discovered last year in Polk County. The Polk County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help with the investigating of the death of Kevin Wayne Webb, 36, who had been reported missing from the Indian Springs Subdivision on July 3, 2016. On Oct. 18, 2016, authorities discovered human remains along with clothing which was submitted to the Harris County Medical Examiner's Office. Using dental records, the medical examiner was able to identify the remains as that of Webb. The Polk County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division is asking that anyone with information about the death of Webb to contact their office either directly or anonymously through the Polk County Crime Stoppers. Webb was last seen walking along the wood line in the Indian Springs subdivision. A few days after Webb was reported as missing, a search of the area around the subdivision was conducted with the assistance of the Indian Springs Volunteer Fire Department, Equusearch and members of the Alabama- Coushatta Tribe. During that search, the more than 50 volunteers were not able to locate Webb. Investigators have not publicly listed a cause of death in the case. Anyone with information is asked to contact Polk County Crime Stoppers at 936-327-STOP (7867). All calls will be kept confidential and the caller can remain anonymous. Sheriff's investigators can be contacted at 936-327- 6810.