BILLINGS - The Yellowstone County Coroner's Office is waiting on dental records to positively identify the victim of Monday’s plane crash.
Coroner Cliff Mahoney said his office has a tentative identification, but they are not able to confirm it without the dental records.
Mahoney hoped to obtain the records later in the day Tuesday.
A twin engine plane crashed west of Billings Logan International Airport Monday just before 10 a.m.
The pilot was the only person on board the plane.
The PA-31 Piper twin engine was registered to a flying company out of Miles City.
An investigator with the Federal Aviation Administration arrived in Billings Monday evening to begin the investigation on what caused the plane to crash.