Los Angeles News
Remains Found At Angeles National Forest
By Katherine Noland
Jan 21, 2013 - 10:56:48 PM

LOS ANGELES—The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and the Montrose Search and Rescue Team have discovered human remains at the Angeles National Forest, according to recent reports.

 

On Saturday, January 19, detectives discovered human remains near the Big Tununga Canyon Area of the Angeles National Forest after hikers found a shallow grave near the foothill community of Sunland. Ten days prior, police found a 5-foot long hole where there was traces of blood and a plastic bag of animal remains. Police suspect it may have been a result of ritualistic happenings.

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Angeles National Park Photo courtesy of Facebook.

 

In the same area, near the 2.92-mile marker at Tujunga Canyon Road, remains of an unidentified human were found. Upon further investigation, the age and gender of the remains are unknown.

 

The LA County Sheriff’s Department have asked that anyone with information regarding the remains of the deceased to contact the Homicide Bureau at 323-890-5500.

 



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