Stephanie Scott's remains formally identified

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THE remains of New South Wales teacher Stephanie Scott have been formally identified.

The 26-year-old teacher, from the Riverina town of Leeton, went missing on Easter Sunday, less than a week before her wedding day.

Her burnt body was found in bushland 70 kilometres north of the town on Friday.

A spokeswoman for NSW Health Pathology confirmed it had been formally identified after being transported to Sydney.

"The formal identification and post mortem of Ms Stephanie Scott is now complete," she said.

Read more at ABC News.

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