Three family members are facing charges after the disappearance of Miles Naslund.
 
After being reported missing in 2011, the remains of 49-year-old Naslund were found on his farm near Tofield.
 
Originally a missing persons case, the incident became a homicide investigation.
 
Naslund's wife Helen and his son Neil have both been charged with first degree murder and indignity to human remains. Naslund's other son, Wes, has also been charged as an accessory, after the fact, to murder.
 
The remains were found on September 1.
 
All three suspects are in custody and await court appearances.

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