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North Carolina mother says her missing son’s body was found on the property of 14-year-old girl’s family

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The mother of an 18-year-old boy who went missing with a 14-year-old girl is speaking out about where her son’s body was found and how she was only allowed to identify him by his clothing.

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Tiffany Concepcion said her 18-year-old son, Devin Clark body was found on the family property of 14-year-old Lyric Woods. According to Concepcion, Lyric’s body was also found on the property.

18-year-old Devin Clark & his mother Tiffany Concepcion

In a Facebook video Monday, Tiffany said that her son was “brutally murdered,” and she could only identify him on the phone with authorities by telling them the clothes he had on when he went missing Friday; however, Lyric Woods’s body was recognized by looking at her.

It’s unclear why Tiffany couldn’t identify her son’s body, despite his condition, but Lyric Wood’s family was allowed to. And for those of you who will say, “he probably was unrecognizable, or he probably was in horrible shape,” it doesn’t matter. She’s his mother!

14-year-old Lyric Woods

The gave the little girl more respect, more views, more recognition than they did my child, Tiffany said in the video. It’s hurts me that I really have to go on social media. My son is going to be recognized too, just like she was recognized. 

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Lyric Woods and Devin Clark are friends, according to both families. 

They went missing on Friday, and their bodies were found with gunshot wounds Sunday near a power-line easement in the Buckhorn Road area outside Hillsborough by two men riding four-wheelers.

There was no updates on this story by police as of 5:45 p.m., Monday.

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Bea

The story is inconsistent. They were found two miles from the girls home.

mik

Their home isn’t necessarily the only property the family owns.

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