Bones found at Mission District residence

Authorities are evaluating whether remains found Thursday afternoon are human

Authorities are evaluating whether bones found at a Mission District residence Thursday afternoon are human or animal, according to police.

Police responded to a call about the bones at about 2 p.m., according to SFPD spokesperson Joseph Tomlinson, who added that the bones are being investigated by the Medical Examiner.

A request seeking comment was not immediately returned by the Medical Examiner’s office. Mission Local first reported on the discovery at 3025 21st St.


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