Remains found not human

RCMP report remains brought in by a local resident were determined not to be human in origin.

  • May. 15, 2013 1:00 p.m.

Remains brought in by an area resident have been determined not to be human in origin, according to Fort St. James RCMP.

A resident whose dog had brought home a bone she suspected could be human from an area near Highway 27 and Kanner Road bought the bone to Fort St. James RCMP on May 14.

RCMP then took the bone to a local physician for examination, and the physician determined the bone is not in fact human, but most likely is from a moose or an elk.


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