Skeletal remains found in Orange CountyDecember 2, 2020
By Herald Staff
ORLEANS — An investigation is underway after skeletal remains were found near 173 W. Quarry Road in Orleans in Orange County.
The discovery was made Sunday by a man who was walking in the area and came upon what he thought to be skeletal remains. Indiana State Police crime scene investigators were notified and collected the remains. Indiana State Police and the Orange County Sheriff's Department are currently investigating.
The identity of the remains has not yet been determined.
The investigation is ongoing. Information will be released as it becomes available.
Assisting at the scene were the Orleans Police Department and the Orange County coroner.
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