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In this paper, a non-interactive zero-knowledge proof scheme is proposed for secure identification in wireless networks, and it uses a timed oblivious transfer technique to enable a single verifier to identify multiple provers. The verifier and the prover do not need to be synchronized in this scheme. This scheme also enjoys the distance-bounding property which makes the proposed scheme invulnerable to the relay attack. We propose to use the order statistic for the detection of relay attackers. We show that it is optimal in terms of minimum variance. Finally, we shed some light on implementation issues of our proposed scheme.