Published: Dec 27, 2010 8:42 PM EST
Updated: Dec 27, 2010 5:45 PM EST

MIAMI (AP) - Investigators have identified the body of a Miami man missing since 1981 after DNA from his siblings was matched in a national database.

Stephen Wolfe disappeared in July 1981 after moving from Boston. He'd attended college and two years of law school in the Northeast, and thought of opening a business in Florida.

Wolfe would call his brother every few weeks, but then the calls stopped. Worried, his brother went to Florida to look for him and filed a missing person report.

 In 1984, a bulldozer discovered the skeletal remains of a man with no identification in North Miami.

 In September, a DNA database for unidentified remains and missing persons revealed a match.

Detectives continue to follow leads, but no arrest has been made.

 --- Information from: The Miami Herald,

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