an anthropologist must be appointed
A skull was discovered on December 18 in the Bois du Plantis, in Sorinnes (Dinant), by a hunter.
The latter, after realizing that it was probably human remains, entrusted the skull to the Dinant police on Tuesday, December 27.
This discovery led to extensive searches led by the DVI, the victim identification service of the federal police, on Wednesday.
No legal connection
Several bones, obviously very old, were found. A medical examiner has been appointed, an anthropologist will also be appointed soon.
“A priori, this file loses a legal interest”, indicates the parquet floor of Namur.
Among the tracks mentioned, these bones could be those of fighters of the Second World War.
According to an official from the Haute-Meuse police zone, the analysis of the remains collected will take some time.