The body of a man shot in the head in Georgia and left on a dirt road 33 years ago has been identified as a missing Florida man.
William Maholland, then 28-years-old, was reported missing from Fort Lauderdale in June 1984.
The Telegraph of Macon reported that a DNA analysis of the man's remains, just completed earlier this year, matched Maholland's.
Maholland is thought to have been killed a month earlier and dumped in Jones County, nearly 600 miles north of his hometown.
A fisherman found the body in the Oconee National Forest.
Investigators suspected that the man was from out of town because of his Bermuda shorts and a belt with swordfish on it.
Authorities estimated that he had been dead about a week.