SPRINGFIELD (WDTN) - More questions than answers after human remains are found inSpringfield. Investigators are looking for any clues to will helpthem identify the body.
"It's very shocking to me to know that I'm this close to someonewho's been over here and I've been working out in these beds foryears and never seen a thing." Springfield resident Thresea Millsis in disbelief.. after two men find human bones near the22-hundred block of West Main Street late Friday night.
"I'm really shocked I can not believe that with everybody outfishing and they're out doing their yards that no one would everever know that something like that was going on." Investigatorsbelieve the remains have been in the wooded area for almost year.They're not sure if they are of a man or woman but say they are ofan adult.
" i can't imagine what it must be like you know their familiesif someone is missing out there you know how long will it take toidentify them for as long as they've been out there." This is thesecond time in three years remains have been found in Springfield.
n April of 2008, construction workers found the body of37-year-old Angela Marie Kilgore on North Yellow Springs Road.While authorities say she was a known prostitute her death isconsidered a homicide and her killer has never been found.
"It's scary because we're out here people are always out hereworking in their yard and their gardens and you never know someonecould come up to you and ask you a simple question and take you andyou never see your family again."
The remains are being taken to the Montgomery County Coroner'soffice. A specialist is being brought in to help identify thebody.
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