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The police say they called on an anthropologist. (Archives)


Human remains from an ancient, already known indigenous cemetery have were found on a construction site in Toronto, according to police.

The construction site is located on the&#x27 ;Withrow Avenue. Police were called there at 12:24 p.m. on Jan. 6, according to Shannon Eames of the Toronto Police Service. This specifies that the police called in an anthropologist.

The anthropologist visited the site and indicated that the remains came from an old cemetery Native American marked in this area. The police remain on site to preserve the area and the bones, while awaiting instructions from the anthropologist, adds Ms. Eames by email.

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The City of Toronto specifies, also by email, that the human remains were discovered during the installation of a pipe of water.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

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