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The woman’s remains found in a South Carolina creek, a week after the dog digs up human bones to the police

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South Carolina-authorities on Monday found the remains of a missing woman for a week after a dog unearthed human bones in a homeowner’s yard, police said.

A research team has found a head and torso – “in a state of advanced decomposition,” Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis said in a news release.

A woman’s head and torso was found in a creek in the northwest corner of South Carolina, just before the search was called off, police said.
(Seneca Police Department)

Monday’s findings were “believed to be associated with the” to the right pelvis and the thigh bone that the dogs dug up in Seneca, S. C., last week, ” Addis said. The bones are being examined by forensic experts, who determined that they belonged to a woman in the age group of 25 to 45 years of age, who had died in the last couple of months, The Condition has been reported.

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The findings have prompted “a large-scale search of the area using cadaver dogs. Police said Monday that the remains were found in a nearby creek, just as it is a team of 35 searchers were called in.

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A pathologist will examine the remains, police said in a news release. An example of this is sent to a forensic laboratory to compare its DNA with the “well-known missing person,” the coroner said in a news release. An autopsy is scheduled for Thursday.

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