Authorities believe a 10-year-old missing person case in Nacogdoches County could be connected with this week's discovery of skeletal remains in San Augustine County. The small amount of bones were found Monday in a deeply wooded area of rural San Augustine County. According to Nacogdoches County Chief Deputy Terry Masten, there is a possibility that these remains could belong to a missing person reported to the Nacogdoches County constable's office approximately ten years ago and that's due to the fact that the missing person's vehicle was found in close proximity to where those skeletal remains have been located. DNA testing will confirm if the remains belong to the missing man. Texas Rangers are investigating the case along with the San Augustine County Sheriff's Office.