A skeleton has been found in the sand dunes on a remote beach prompting a forensic investigation.
Forensic investigators have descended on a remote beach in South Australia after a member of the public spotted a skeleton.
The grisly find was made in the sand dunes at Nora Creina, near Robe, on Wednesday.
It is believed the remains belong to a human, possible a child or small adult, and may have been there for some time.
“The bones were collected and conveyed to Adelaide for further forensic testing,” SA Police said.
“The origin of the deceased and circumstances of the death remain unexplained.”
The investigation is ongoing.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.