Update: Human Skeletal Remains Found In Vacant Lexington Apartment Complex

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Updated: 5/30/2012 12:05 am
Lexington Police said a skeletal remains were found in a vacant apartment complex on Codell Drive Tuesday afternoon.

Investigators told ABC 36 News that at this point, no foul play is suspected.

Police said the remains were found by a maintenance crew in a vacant third floor apartment at the Pennington Place Apartments.

Investigators said the remains may have been there since last winter.

The remains have been sent to the State Medical Examiner's Office in Frankfort for identification.

The investigation continues.
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