Human remains found in elevator shaft in South Moscow
Cranial vault, jaw, and spinal bones have been sent to forensics.
Human remains have been found in the apartment block’s elevator shaft in Moscow’s Biryulyovo Vostochnoye district, reports MK.
MK notes the skeletonized human remains were found yesterday at noon. In particular, 2 skulls, 2 shoulder blades, 2 collarbones, 18 spinal bones, fragments of thighs, 2 bones of upper arm, 2 radial bones, 2 shinbones, 1 sacrum were taken out.
According to preliminary data, the person died about a year ago. Everything that had been taken out was sent to forensics.
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