Oswestry woodland bones find investigated by police

Woods at Sweeney Mountain near Oswestry. Forensic officers will examine the remains

An area of woodland in Shropshire has been cordoned off after bones were discovered, police said.

West Mercia Police said the bones were found in woods at Sweeney Mountain near Oswestry.

The area was being searched and forensic officers will examine the remains, a spokesman said.

Police said it would be "some time" before they established who or what the bones related to.

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