Human bones found buried at Suncor plant site |

Human bones found buried at Suncor plant site

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (AP) — Coroner’s officials are evaluating human bones that were found on Suncor Energy’s property in Commerce City to see if they can determine how the person died.

Suncor employees working to place a water line at the company’s plant found the bones last week.

Coroner Monica Broncucia Jordan said Tuesday it appears the bones have been there for some time and that the remains appear to be from one person. She says the bones will be evaluated to try to determine the sex, age and ancestry of the person and how the person died.

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