Human remains found near Calabogie

Police are combing a wooded area in Calabogie after human remains were discovered there Sunday.



OTTAWA -- Police are combing a wooded area in Calabogie, Ont., 80 km west of Ottawa, after human remains were discovered there Sunday.

Ontario Provincial Police were called to the forested area, near Norton Rd., by a passerby shortly after 3:30 p.m.

The discovery has since been determined to be human remains, according to OPP Sgt. Kristine Rae, and are considered suspicious.

Officers for the second day are scouring the taped off area as part of an ongoing ground search.

An autopsy has yet to be scheduled.

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