POCOLA, Okla. -- Pocola police are searching Back Bone Mountain in Leflore County after a dog found what appears to be a human skull. Pocola Police Chief Dale Fout said a team of rescue dogs and several officers from Pocola, the Leflore County Sheriff's Office and the Choctaw Nation Tribal Police are searching the area. Fout said a dog brought what appears to be a human skull to a home off back bone mountain on Saturday. Police said they have not received any local reports of a missing person. "If anybody is aware of someone missing and has not reported them they should let us know," Fout said. http://www.4029tv.com/news/25622469/detail.html Pocola police are looking for more clues that will help them identify a human skull found Saturday morning Back Bone Mountain. The state's medical examiner has given investigators a profile of who the bones might belong to. A child and a dog playing in an area off Dogwood Street found the skull around 11 a.m. The skull was sent to the state medical examiner, who believes it belongs to a white male, age 30-50. The medical examiner told police the skull may have been out there anywhere between six months and two years. http://www.kfsm.com/news/rivervalley/kfsm-medical-examiner-releases-deta-110410,0,1159072.story I looked at a map & Pocola seems to be on the Oklahoma / Arkansas border (close to Fort Smith). Also have seen the county spelled Le Flore (2 words)....just putting that in here to aid thread searches.