Los Angeles News
Human bones found near Sunland beekeeping site
SUNLAND, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Human bones were discovered Sunday at a location on the 8400 block of La Tuna Canyon Road near Sunland, south of the 210 Freeway.
The bones were found near a beekeeping site.
Officials say the remains were in an advanced stage of decomposition.
When arriving officers determined that the remains were human, they called in homicide detectives.
The Los Angeles County coroner will work to determine the cause of death, gender and identity.
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