Bones found at Michigan construction site
OSCODA TOWNSHIP, Mich. -- A construction site in northeast Michigan is now a crime scene.
Workers found a skull and several bones in Oscoda Township.
Police think the remains are several decades old.
"We do have several missing person complaints that are still open from the 60's and 70's in this area. On the outward phase it doesn't appear that this matches any of them, but that's why we are going to let the experts make that determination for certain," said Sgt. Erik McNichol of the Oscoda Township Police.
The Michigan State Police Crime Lab is working with an archaeologist to identify the bones.