Photo: (Port Huron Mich.)Times Herald
ST. CLAIR TOWNSHIP, Mich. -- Police are looking for a middle-aged woman in connection with the grisly discovery of multiple bags containing human body parts scattered along snowy roads here.
began discovering the body parts - some in bags and some not - about 4
p.m. Thursday in St. Clair and China townships about 50 miles northeast
of Detroit after a caller reported suspicious activity, St. Clair County
Sheriff Tim Donnellon said.
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motorist spotted another bag shortly before 5 a.m. Friday on an
entrance ramp to westbound Interstate 94 that contained clothing and
charred paperwork, he said.
"That was not body parts but evidence related to this crime scene," Donnellon said.
The body parts were discovered in at least four locations after a
woman called Thursday to report heavy-set, middle-aged white woman
dumping garbage out of her mid-1990s SUV, grayish-white or tan in color,
possibly a GMC Jimmy or Chevrolet Trailblazer. The number of bags was
The human remains have not been linked to a specific person.
can say it is a white male, but that's pretty much all we're going on
at this point." Donnellon said. "We are tracking down leads on missing
"That very well could be tied into these garbage bags," Donnellon said.
members of the Michigan State Police Forensic Crime Lab and officials
from the St. Clair County Medical Examiner's Office are investigating. An autopsy is scheduled Friday afternoon, the St. Clair County Sheriff's Office said in a news release.