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South Carolina authorities are searching for clues after a dog unearthed human bones on a Monday, according to a new report.
The dog made the find in the garden of a house in Seneca, a small town in the northwestern corner of South Carolina. The property owner contacted the authorities, who did not know whether the bone belonged to a human being or an animal, and The Condition has been reported.
The police have handed the remnants of the county’s medical investigator, determined that the bones belonged to a woman. It was on her right hip bone and the thigh bone, according to a new release.
A dug-dug up human bones in the garden, on the north-west of the South Carolina house.
The authorities said she is believed to be a white, 25-to-45-year-old, and somewhere between 5’1″ and 5’7.” They are likely to have died during the past year, authorities have said.
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A forensics team scoured the area with the help of dogs trained in human remains. She was more the woman continues to be in the vicinity of a small stream, The State reported. The researchers have found the remains of the South Carolina law Enforcement Division for analysis of their DNA, which they compared with a list of missing persons.
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The findings have also caused a revival of interest in local women, a Laura-Ann, Anders, 46, and Faith-Roach, 26, who went missing in the month of February.