Remains Found In Montana Determined Not To Be From Missing Michigan Boys
We have update to a story we first covered in December.
Authorities say skeletal remains found in Montana are not from three missing Michigan children.
Back in December skeletal remains were found in a shed at a home in Missoula Montana.
The facial bone fragments and teeth were from three young children.
At the time investigators considered if they could be from three Michigan brothers who have been missing since 2010.
After advanced testing, authorities say they can conclusively say the remains are not from the missing brothers.
Anthropologists say the remains could be over 99-years old and therefore not from any recent missing persons case.
However investigators are requesting additional DNA testing to scientifically confirm they are not from any known missing children.