NORTH WILDWOOD, N.J. -- Authorities investigating the discovery of a human skull on a New Jersey beach plan to try to connect the remains with missing-persons cases. Britt Wetzel was planning to go fishing Monday when he spotted the bones on a sandbar exposed by an unusually low tide at North Wildwood. "I've never seen a human skull outside of biology class," Wetzel told The Press of Atlantic City for Tuesday's newspapers. "But when I looked closer and saw it wasn't plastic or resin, I realized it was real." http://cbs3.com/newjerseywire/NJ--SkullonBeach_j_n_0nj--/resources_news_html One of the individuals that found the skull indicated there were 2 missing teeth and a hole on the side of the skull ( above the ear area), Authorites later indicated that the skull belonged to an adult female.