Gruesome Discovery – Human Remains on Molynes Road

The Half Way Tree Police have now commenced a probe into Friday’s discovery of skeletal remains, which was discovered by residents along Molynes Road.
Reports by the police are that about 6:50 am, on Friday, October 19th,  residents in Molynes Road area noticed a foul scent coming from a specific section of the roadway.
Upon investigating they stumbled upon two knitted bags.
A search of the bags led to the gruesome discovery human remains, which were chopped and placed in the bags.
The police were summoned, and upon arrival, the scene was processed, and the bags removed to the morgue.
The police say they will now have to wait on a post-mortem examination to proceed further with their investigations.

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