HAMILTON — Police in Hamilton say two sets of 19th-century human remains stolen from an archaeological company’s vehicle have been found. They say provincial police in neighbouring Oxford County recovered the banker’s box containing the two sets of leg bones, which were taken from the parked company vehicle nearly a week ago. Hamilton police say the box was found intact inside an abandoned car with stolen plates. Police previously said the bones were believed to have been buried some time in the 1800s. No charges have been laid in the case, and provincial police are taking over the ongoing investigation.
Source: National Post November 08, 2018 21:22 UTC