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Investigation in 2nd day after human skull found in Dunnville, KY

State Medical Officer's office joining investigation today, on-site. Casey Coroner expects to have more details tomorrow, Monday, November 21, 2016
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By Ed Waggener

Casey County Coroner Curt Demrow said in a phone interview this morning, Sunday, November 20, 2016, that the State Medical Examiner's office with be on site in Dunnville, KY, to assist with the investigation following the discovery of a human skull yesterday morning in a heavily wooded area about one-half mile up the hill behind Dog Walk Market, located 10 miles south of Liberty, KY on U.S. 127.

Coroner Demrow said that several agencies, including his office, Casey County Sheriff Jerry Coffman's office, the Kentucky State Police and others have been involved in a search in the woods.

Demrow said he is hopeful there will be more news from his office by tomorrow, Monday, November 21, 2016.

Dunnville area is the location of a missing person report from the night of Wednesday, September 30, 2015, or the early hours of Thursday morning, October 1, 2015. See: State Police continuing search for missing Dunnville woman, but there is yet no official confirmation of a connection between that disappearance and Saturday's discovery

This story was posted on 2016-11-20 08:53:51
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