The human remains found in a remote area of Oregon on Saturday probably belong to the missing actor Charles Levin, who was best known for his roles on television, including "Seinfeld" and "Night Court," according to police.
Levin, 70, was reported missing by his son Monday after not having been in contact for several days. It was from the southwestern region of the state, The Oregonian reported.
Levin owned a 2012 Fiat and was "almost always" in the company of his pug, said Grants Pass, public safety in a press release.
A resident found Levin's car on a remote and almost impassable road on Saturday. The soldiers found the remains of Levin's dog on Saturday. The crews searching on steep and rugged terrain found the human remains.
THE HUMAN REMAINS ARE LOCATED IN THE PROPERTY OF KENTUCKY IDENTIFIED AS A MISTA THAT IS MISSING FROM THE SAVANNAH SAVANNAH, THE POLICE ANNOUNCED
There is a "high probability" that the remains are those of Levin, officials said Sunday. The forensic doctor will make the final identification.
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Levin's television credits include "Alice," "Hill Street Blues," "Doogie Howser, MD," "Night Court," and "Seinfeld." Levin also had roles in films, including "The Golden Child", "Annie Hall" and "This is Spinal Tap".
The Associated Press contributed to this report.