Virginia authorities seek help in identifying human remains

The state medical examiner’s office is asking for help identifying skeletal remains of four people found in western Virginia in separate locations between 1986 and 2012. The state yesterday unveiled models and photographs showing the approximate facial appearance of the four males. The remains were found in Alleghany, Carroll, Lee and Pittsylvania counties. The state is asking the public to look at facial reconstructions and case information to see if they recognize any details. You can go to the Virginia Department of Health website here.

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