Crime Deputies: Skeletal remains found near state park in Pasco County

19:45  12 december  2019
19:45  12 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

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News Hillsborough Pinellas Polk Pasco Sarasota Manatee Citrus Hernando DeSoto Highlands Hardee. and last updated 2019-12-12 11:06:18-05. An investigation is underway after a hiker found skeletal remains at a state park in Pasco County . This morning, the hiker reported the incident at Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park . Deputies say the investigation is ongoing and in its preliminary stages.

— Deputies in Pasco County are investigating skeletal remains that were found Sunday morning. The Sheriff's Office said the remains were found west of 4300 Barbara Street on a 60-acre plot of land. "Preliminary information indicates the body was found by someone walking in the area," the Sheriff's Office said in a news release. "There are no identifying factors. There is partial clothing on the remains ." Investigators said it's unknown if foul play is involved. The sex of the victim is also unknown.

The Pasco County Sheriff's Office is investigating skeletal remains found in a state park in Port Richey.

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The sheriff's office said the remains were found by a hiker in Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park.

Deputies say the investigation is still in its early stages. More information is expected to be released later Thursday.

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