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In this June 8, 2010, file photo, Beth Holloway, mother of Natalee Holloway, speaks during the opening of the Natalee Holloway Resource Center (NHRC) at the National Museum of Crime & Punishment in Washington. Beth Holloway said on NBC's "Today" show Monday, August, 29, 2016, that justice hasn't been served in her daughter's death. (Photo: AP/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)

Skeletal remains found in Aruba are not those of Natalee Holloway, who vanished 12 years ago while on a graduation trip with her Mountain Brook classmates.

Her father, Dave Holloway, and private investigator T.J. Ward in August said an 18-month investigation led them to bone fragmentsthat were undergoing DNA testing to determine if they belonged to Natalee Holloway. Tests on the fragments came back negative for a possible match to Holloway, forensic scientist Jason Kolowski told the Oxygen cable network, NBC's Today reported on Tuesday.

The DNA bone sample was ruled out as Holloway after it failed to match to her mother, Kolowski said.

"Out of the four individual bone samples only one was found to be human," said Kolowski, who led the testing and interpretation of the results for the six-part Oxygen series, "The Disappearance of Natalee Holloway," that aired in August.

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