Investigators have been unable to determine the identity of the woman whose remains were found earlier this month on the Nisqually Indian Reservation. Thurston County Coroner Gary Warnock said dental remains have been reviewed and compared to known missing women by a forensic dental expert at the King County Medical’s Office. However, the results were negative. Warnock…More
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OLYMPIA (AP) — Searchers found an arm Wednesday morning in the same remote area where other body parts were found on the Nisqually Indian Reservation, about 45 miles south of Seattle. Thurston County Coroner Gary Warnock says he was notified of the find about 10 a.m. as sheriff’s deputies continue searching around an old fish hatchery…More
The Associated Press OLYMPIA — Investigators are trying to answer questions about body parts found by searchers after a dog brought a human leg to a home in Thurston County. It’s too early to tell if the remains are from a man, woman or child, how long ago the person died and even whether the death is…More
The Thurston County Coroner’s Office is trying to determine the age, gender and identity of human remains that have been found on the Nisqually Indian Reservation. A search began after a dog returned to a home last week with a human leg. The Thurston County Sheriff’s Office says the search over the weekend found more parts —…More