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The bones were taken to the medical examiner’s office to examine. WATCH BELOW: Human remains have been found just outside of Bragg Creek. Jenna Freeman has the latest on what the RCMP are saying about the gruesome find. On Friday, Cpl. Curtis Peters confirmed to Global News the remains are believed to be human, but said it’s too soon to say if they are that of a male or female. Investigators aren’t sure how long the remains had been there. “It’s too soon to determine if there’s foul play involved,” he said. “It’s not a normal situation, of course, to find bones outside in an area like this, so that’s why we’re conducting this investigation.” “I can’t speculate at this point [if it’s a] homicide or to the cause of death.” Peters said he wasn’t sure how many bones were found, but confirmed a skull wasn’t among the remains. RCMP said it appears there has been animal activity in the area, which means the remains could have been moved from their original location. Officers searched an area along Highway 22 on Friday in an effort to uncover more evidence. Investigators have asked members of the public to stay away from the area police investigate, saying it may impact traffic on Highway 22.

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