3 inquiries net no ID of skeletal remains

Montgomery County Coroner's Office hopes to identify skeletal remains. (WDTN Photo)
Montgomery County Coroner's Office hopes to identify skeletal remains. (WDTN Photo)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Three inquiries about skeletal remains found in Dayton have produced no clues.

We did some checking Friday with the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office.

Investigators say they still do not have an identity confirmed.

They have also been unable to make an ID based on dental records.

The remains were found in the 3300 block of Home Avenue July 16. They were badly deteriorated and part of the skull was missing.

Investigators believe the person was dead for at least two years.

They say he was about 5′ 11″ and was wearing dark brown work pants and a hooded jacket at the time of his death.

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