Human Bones Found at Ontario Self-Storage Construction Site

Human remains were found this week at a self-storage construction site in the west end of Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Human remains were found this week at a self-storage construction site in the west end of Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Fill that had been dumped at the 2880 Princess St. property was found to contain old bones, which are currently being evaluated by a forensic team.
 
Police are sifting through the 35-acre property to ensure all remains have been found. Paul Martin, the Kingston businessman who owns the planned 5,000-unit self-storage site, said someone had illegally dumped the fill on his land, probably sometime in the last two weeks.
 
It’s unclear if the bones were accidentally removed from a burial or if suspicious activity is involved. The founder and circumstances of the bone discovery were not disclosed.  
 
Source: The Kingston Whig-Standard, Human remains found

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