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UND examines bones found in Warren

UND anthropologists are examining the human bones found Tuesday by construction workers at a home site in Warren, Minn. Brad Barker, special agent for the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, said the two Minnesota anthropologists the BCA u...

UND anthropologists are examining the human bones found Tuesday by construction workers at a home site in Warren, Minn.

Brad Barker, special agent for the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, said the two Minnesota anthropologists the BCA usually contacts both were on vacation. Barker said the remains were sent to UND "to get this done in a timely manner," and the school's anthropologists are equally qualified.

Barker told the Herald on Wednesday that one assumption is that the bones may have belonged to an early settler or Native American, and that there was nothing about the bones and skull to indicate any connection to an unsolved crime.

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