Human Remains Uncovered in Maine’s Cobscook Bay

Bangor Daily News: The Maine Marine Patrol has turned over two separate sets of human remains recovered from the waters of Cobscook Bay to the State Medical Examiner’s Office for identification.

One set was recovered in December 2010, and another set of remains was found last week, both by crews on local scallop draggers, according to Marine Patrol Lt. Dale Sprowl.

Dr. David King, state medical examiner, confirmed Wednesday that partial remains are being examined at his office, but that nothing has been positively identified yet.

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