AUBURN, Ind. (WFFT) - The Indiana State Police is still trying to figure out the identity of human skeletal remains found in Auburn over the weekend.
The remains were found Saturday afternoon in a wooded area west of C&A Tool Engineering in the city of Auburn.
An autopsy Monday didn't provide investigators any clues because of the condition of the bones.
State police said in a news release that the remains will be sent to a forensic anthropologist in Indianapolis next week for examination.
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