Hunters find human remains in Greene County
Two hunters found human remains on Saturday afternoon in a wooded area of Mt. Morris, the Greene County Coroner's Office confirmed on Sunday.
Officials were called to a scene near the 200 block of Gas Company Road, according to a statement from County Coroner Gregory Rohanna.
He confirmed that the remains were human but declined to release any further findings on Sunday.
State police from the Waynesburg barracks are investigating the death.
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