Human Skeleton Found In Unused UC Berkeley Building: Human remains recently discovered in a building on the UC Berkeley campus are shrouded in mystery. According to sources quoted by CNN and Fox affiliate KTVU, the “skeletonized” remains were discovered on January 10 in a structure at the Clark Kerr Campus, roughly a mile southeast of the main campus.
According to UC Berkeley police, the structure in question “has not been occupied for many years,” and “it is not apparent how many years” the remains have been there. Police added that “there are no open investigations involving missing members of the university community.”
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The Los Angeles Times reports that no cause of death has been established, and no other identifying information has been disclosed.
According to CNN, the University of California Police Department and the Alameda County Coroner’s Office have launched an inquiry.
According to the outlets, police stated, “We appreciate that there are many questions, and we anticipate that the coroner’s findings will provide additional information.”
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Further information from the authorities stated that they “do not think this investigation will impede resident activities at the Clark Kerr Campus.” According to the school’s website, Clark Kerr has a residential campus close to the Golden Bear Recreation Center.
According to CNN, police were informed about the remains on Tuesday. According to KTVU, a campus alert was sent out on Friday. When PEOPLE asked Berkeley UCPD for comment, they did not respond immediately. Please share this with your friends if you find it interesting. Visit digitalnewsexpert.com for more celebrity updates and breaking news.