Speaking to Lusa agency, the source added that “there is no suspicion of a crime at the origin of the disappearance” of the man, refusing to reveal more details about the person.
The bones will be subject to examinations by the National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences with complementary examinations by the Scientific Police Laboratory.
On Monday, the PJ told Lusa that they had gone “to the location as soon as it was reported by the Santana Public Security Police by a member of the public who found the bones”.
Bones found in Madeira belong to missing person
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