The remains had been present in distant bushland at Udumung Nature Reserve in Wannamal, in Western Australia’s Wheatbelt area, on Monday.
Police revealed the invention late on Tuesday, saying formal identification is but to be full, however it’s believed to be Wade Cameron Dunn, who was murdered in May 2015.
Police Commissioner Chris Dawson stated he hoped the invention of Mr Dunn’s remains would bring “great comfort” for his family.
Mr Dawson didn’t reveal precisely how the remains had been discovered however stated police “had some assistance from people outside”.
“Police did attend (the location) with some people,” he informed 6PR radio on Wednesday.
“We have had some data, so there’s at the very least one of many those that we’ve been speaking to (who) has taken us to that location beforehand.
“We knew the locality and it’s fairly a distant space, being a nature reserve.
“I think probably the most important thing is that … this particular man’s body will now be able to be returned.”
Gary David Jackson and his cousin Mark David Corbett beat Mr Dunn with a steel pole after luring him to Corbett’s Alexander Heights dwelling, the West Australian Supreme Court was beforehand informed.
The 40-year-old sufferer’s head was then saved in Jackson’s ute for a couple of days.
Both offenders are serving life sentences for homicide, with Jackson ordered to serve at the very least 22 years behind bars.
Corbett testified in opposition to Jackson and was sentenced to a minimal of 13 years.
In 2018, the state authorities launched “no body, no parole” laws.