Bones in Crawlspace Reopen Cold Case from 1938

Bones found in a crawlspace by a contractor working on a home in the Rensselaer County town of East Greenbush have reopened a cold case from 1938.

Bones found in a crawlspace by a contractor working on a home in the Rensselaer County town of East Greenbush, across the Hudson River from Albany, have reopened a cold case from 1938.

Police said Wednesday that the homeowner put the few bones in a plastic bag and brought them to police. State and local police joined in a search for more remains on the property.

“The person who lived here disappeared in 1938,” said East Greenbush Police Detective Sergeant Matt Breig. “It was a female and we don’t even have her name.”

Read more at http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/10/03/human-remains-found-in-new-york-home-reopen-75-year-old-cold-case/.

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