Mar. 3—Maryland State Police are investigating human skeletal remains discovered on Sunday in a wooded space in Cecil County.
Shortly earlier than 10:30 a.m., troopers from the North East Barrack together with crime scene technicians from the Maryland State Police Forensic Sciences Division responded to a name from two hunters in a wooded space off of Mountain Hill Street, close to Route 7 in Perryville.
The hunters informed police that they situated potential human skeletal remains together with a firearm, garments and jewellery, in keeping with a information launch.
Investigators situated the remains, a .22 LR/410 bore mixture rifle and a grey backpack. The skeletal remains have been transported to the Workplace of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore for evaluation, in keeping with a information launch.
Crime scene technicians processed the scene for proof.
Police consider the deceased to be a white man, 6-feet tall, and roughly 50 to 60 years outdated with a healed collarbone break and a healed damaged rib. The preliminary investigation signifies the presence of a potential camp in the realm the place the remains have been situated, in keeping with a information launch.
Investigators from the Maryland State Police Legal Enforcement Division North are main the investigation.
Anybody with data is requested to contact Senior Trooper Sarver at 410-758-1101, ext 5118.