Coroner looks to ID cremated remains
March 8, 2013 (WLS) -- The Kane County coroner is trying to find loved ones to claim 47 cremated remains, some dating back decades.
Rob Russell's office knows the identities of the people who were cremated.
The oldest remains date back to 1952.
Russell says one set of the remains, in a flour tin, had been donated to a Goodwill store in South Elgin.
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