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More Human Remains Found in Sweetwater

As we wait for an identification on the skeletal remains found in Scurry County, in Nolan County last week more bones were found. This time under the floor of a shed, found by a Sweetwater homeowner who was tearing up the floor to replace it with a new one. <br><br>
As we wait for an identification on the skeletal remains found in Scurry County, in Nolan County last week more bones were found.

This time under the floor of a shed, found by a Sweetwater homeowner who was tearing up the floor to replace it with a new one.

Josh Valdez was helping his father last week when they discovered bones. He says when they found one they dug around and looked for others.

He also told us the next day his mother took the bones to the school to show the school nurse, who then told her to contact the police.

Research has told them that the shed was built in the 1920's and during the depression two families lived in the shed. The owners say they believe the floor they were tearing up was part of the original structure.

Sweetwater police say they do not know how old the bones are or if they are even human bones or not.

Police still have the bones and may send them off next week for testing.
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