OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — A Washington state sheriff's office says human remains first discovered by a dog on the Nisqually Indian Reservation come from the body of a woman who was dismembered by another person.
A forensic anthropologist on Thursday determined the woman was not dismembered by an animal.
Thurston County sheriff's Sgt. Ray Brady told The Olympian (http://bit.ly/1e7DvQ0) detectives are investigating the death as a homicide.
Coroner Gary Warnock is trying to identify the woman. He says teeth might be used for identification if they can be matched to dental records for a missing person.