The discovery of human remains along the California coast prompted an investigation.


The discovery of human remains along the California coast prompted an investigation.

An investigation has been launched after rangers discovered human bone remains on a California beach. The remains had been there “for some time,” according to rangers.

Authorities claimed they were notified of the discovery on September 9 in a section of the Point Reyes National Seashore’s beach.

The remains were discovered in a distant place away from any trails and appeared to have been there for some time, according to a news release from the National Park Service on September 13.

Visitors and resource protection rangers from the Point Reyes National Seashore hiked to the reported spot but found no personal identification with the remains, according to the government.

The name of the victim and the circumstances surrounding their death remain unknown at this time, however investigators do not believe there are any early signs of foul play.

An investigation is presently underway, led by National Park Service law enforcement and Marin County Sheriff’s Department investigators.

Hikers should always let someone know where they want to hike and when they plan to return, according to park officials.

The National Park Service describes Point Reyes National Seashore as “a large swath of protected shoreline that covers more than 71,000 acres of property with more than 150 miles of extensive hiking paths.”

According to the National Park Service, more than two million individuals visited the site in 2020.

Last month, the remains of a human fetus were discovered inside a backpack abandoned in a dumpster at the back of a Virginia shopping complex.

On August 30, a young girl dropped a backpack in a dumpster behind the Victorian Square retail mall on the 11000 block of Hull Street Road in Chesterfield County, according to a store clerk.

According to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the employee reportedly told authorities that there was blood on the backpack.

Chesterfield County Police later confirmed in a statement that they reacted to a report of the lady dumping the backpack in a dumpster behind a store many hours earlier at around 1:50 p.m.

The statement added, “A store employee checked the backpack, spotted what seemed to be blood on it, and called police.” “Officers on the scene discovered human remains in the backpack.”

According to witnesses, the teen then went into Gabe’s cheap store without the backpack before departing. This is a condensed version of the information.


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