Friday, May 4, 2012
Expert Called for RemainsRama First Nation | by Mariane McLeod
Forensic Anthropologist will examine human remains found on Rama First Nation.
A forensic anthropologist has now been called in to help police in Rama First Nation after a human body was found this week.
The skeletal remains were found on Wednesday afternoon by Hydro crews who were clearing brush.
Rama police have asked the OPP for help figuring out the identity of the body.
There's no word yet on how long the body might have been at the spot where it was found, near Rama Road and Birchbark road.
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