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A hunter found an abandoned vehicle registered to a missing Ohio woman and skeletal bones in Campbellsburg on Sunday morning.
Shortly after 9 a.m., Kentucky State Police–Post 5 received a 911 call in reference to an abandoned vehicle in a very remote location off of Carmen Creek Road on a farm in Henry County.
Dr. Emily Craig, the state forensic anthropologist with the state medical examiners' office andHenry County Coroner Jimmy Pollardconducted a detailed search of a large area. Investigators also searched the scene by helicopter to locate additional evidence.
An extensive ground search was then conducted and scattered human remains were located.
The vehicle found at the scene is registered to Ada Wasson, 80, of Warren County, Ohio.
Wasson and her companion Mary Walters, 68, also of Warren County, were reported missing in April.
The remains are being collected and will be examined for positive identification. They have not been positively identified as those of Wasson and Walters.
The investigation is preliminary, however foul play does not appear to be a factor.
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