(NEWS CENTER) - The State Medical Examiner's Office says that remains found in Lisbon on December Fourth are those of a missing murder victim.
Officials say Christiana Fesmire was identified by a DNA match.
The Medical Examiner's Office says the cause of death was homicidal violence with facial fractures.
Fesmire's remains were found at the intersection of Ferry and Wagg Roads in Lisbon.
In November, a jury found Buddy Robinson guilty of killing her and dumping her body in the woods in July of 2011.
Police said Robinson killed Fesmire in the ground floor of a Lewiston apartment by beating her, smashing her head into the side of a bathtub and submerging her head underwater until she died.