Crime scene expands from Broome Park to Southwestern Academy after human remains found
FLINT, Mich. -- ***UPDATE***
More bones have been found in Broome Park, according to neighbors.
This time, they were found near the tennis court.
It's been determined that these bones are from an animal.
Police have confirmed that they’ve found incomplete remains of two bodies in Broome Park.
No word yet on their age, gender or identity.
A crime scene has been expanded after human remains were found at Broome Park; it now includes Southwestern Academy.
Police call the scene ‘a large piece of geography,’ in regards to investigating and collecting evidence.
The Michigan State Police, Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Flint Police are all working together on the case.
Police confirmed that the remains were reported by two people: an MTA bus driver and a passerby walking their dog at a news conference held Wednesday.
Police say the remains were not concealed; they were found out in the open.
The crime scene includes Broome Park and across 12th Street at Southwestern Academy. Police call the scene ‘a large piece of geography,’ in regards to investing and collecting evidence.
Michigan State Police K9 units have been searching the area extensively.
Broome Park is closed and will remain so until the investigation is complete.
It is not clear when the investigation will wrap up.
Police say that several people have come forward with possible information about the case and that they anticipate more.
The Genesee County medical examiner will be conducting an analysis of the remains.