Boy’s identity confirmedGRANTS (AP) — Dental ’records confirm that skeletal remains found by a rancher riding fence last week were those of 9-year-old Michael Henley, who disappeared two years ago, Cibola County Sheriff Ed Craig said.The Milan. N.M., boy had been on'a turkey hunting trip with his father when he became lost in the snow-covered Zuni Mountains southwest of here in April V988. A snowstorm hit shortly after the child wandered off.Up to 400 people had searched more than a week for the boy. The only clue found then was a footprint in the snow.His bones and some remnants of clothing were found June 22 inCibola County Sheriff Ed Craig said there is nothing nowto suggest Michael ever left the mountains alive. He said the cause of death probably was hypothermia.an area thick with Pinon and Juniper trees.Last July,his parents were torn between fears that he had died in the mountains or that he was kidnapped.A photograph found in Florida showed a boy and girl bound and gagged in the back of a van. Thephotograph was shown nationally on television’s A Current Affair. Mike and Marty Henley said the obviously terrified boy, whose mouth was taped, looked like Michael.But Craig said there is nothing now to suggest Michael ever left the mountains alive. He Raid the cause of death probably was hypothermia.He said Thursday the state Office of the Medical Investigator in Albuquerque made positive identification with dental records.A memorial service is planned for 10 a.m. Sunday at All Saints Episcopal Church outside Milan, sheriffs deputies said.