Resolved CA - Highlands - Skeletal Remains, July 2007 - Not Human

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    Hi
    May I please ask if any one knows any more on this or please keep me updated on this.





    Exam will determine if remains are human's
    Posted by the Asbury Park Press on 07/30/07
    BY SAMETTA M. THOMPSON
    KEYPORT BUREAU

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    HIGHLANDS — Skeletal remains that may belong to a human or an animal were discovered by a boater Sunday morning at the Sandy Hook Bay Marina, off Willow Street in Highlands, according to State Police.

    State Police spokeswoman Sgt. Jeanne Hengemuhle said borough police were alerted to the discovery by a boater around 10:30 a.m., and State Police were notified about 11:40 a.m.

    She said a forensic exam will be conducted today by the Monmouth County Medical Examiner's office to determine if the bones are from a human.

    Hengemuhle said the skeletal remains were found floating in the water by a boater, who she did not identify. She could not say if the remains found were freestanding or were contained in something. Hengemuhle also could not say whether the remains found had any flesh or hair on them.

    State troopers and local police were at the scene Sunday during heavy rain. The officers there would provide no details about the investigation.

    http://www.app.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?A...346/1004/NEWS01
     
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    Police: Bones found not human
    Posted by the Asbury Park Press on 08/1/07
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    HIGHLANDS — Skeletal remains found at the Sandy Hook Bay Marina are not human, state police said.

    State Police Sgt. Stephen Jones said the remains are believed to be those of a domestic pet.

    The remains were floating in the water when they were discovered by a boater Sunday morning at the marina, off Willow Street in Highlands, according to State Police Sgt. Jeanne Hengemuhle.
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