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Human Remains Found By Man, Children Walking Through Park Near Windsor

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WINDSOR (CBS SF) — A man and his children came across human remains during a walk through a county park near Windsor Sunday afternoon, according to the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.

The man called around 2:20 p.m. Sunday to report that he and his two children had spotted a human skull and a tennis shoe in a creek bed at 5750 Faught Road in Shiloh Regional Park, officials said.

Deputies arriving on the scene confirmed the presence of a human skull and spotted other skeletal remains under leaves in the immediate area.

Detectives were called out and the area was secured. Due to darkness the investigation will be continued in the morning, officials said.

The identity of the remains was unknown.

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