AP-Dennis Dirkmaat-Forensic Anthropology

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Investigators are hoping testing in Pennsylvania and Texas will solve the identity of several human bones, and how they arrived near a shallow creek bed in southern York County. Mercyhurst forensic anthropologist Dennis Dirkmaat and his graduate students will examine them first to establish a biological profile. Read Human bones found near Lower Chanceford Township begin journey to identification in AP report.


 

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