A missing Texas man was completely eaten by his own pack of dogs at his trailer home, authorities have said.
Investigators began finding pieces of bone and other human remains on Freddie Mack's property in the 1300 block of King Cotton Road north of Venus on May 15, according to the Cleburne Times-Review.
However, officers could not search all of the property because of the aggressive dogs, Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.
After gaining access to the property, the sheriff's office revealed that Mack, who was listed as a disabled adult, had been 'consumed' by the 18 mixed-breed dogs that lived in an enclosed area surrounding the small mobile home.
Previously, family members had trouble stepping foot on the property because Mack's 18 dogs acted aggressively toward them, the newspaper reported.
The Tarrant County medical examiner's office positively identified the remains as Mack's on Tuesday, according to KXAS-TV (NBC5).
Officials with the medical examiner’s office notified detectives on Tuesday, after they positively identifying the remains as belonging to Mack. His relatives were also informed.