Foul play will not be suspected within the discovery of a human jawbone close to Baddeck, N.S., in October.
A fisherman discovered the bone close to Uisge Ban Falls.
RCMP are awaiting some take a look at outcomes from the Nova Scotia Medical Examiner’s Workplace, in response to Sgt. Andrew Joyce, however he stated there doesn’t seem like something suspicious.
In the meantime, the municipal councillor for the world stated some native residents consider the jawbone might have washed into the Baddeck River from a close-by cemetery.
Perla MacLeod stated a breakwater that protects the Large Glen cemetery is eroding.
“Some gravestones are washing out,” stated MacLeod. “We wish some assist to repair and respect the cemetery.”
MacLeod stated the cemetery dates to the early 1900s and the final burial there was about 25 years in the past. She stated it is not being maintained.
At MacLeod’s request, Victoria County council will ship a letter to the province asking for assist to guard the cemetery.
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