FACES Lab to analyze remains found in Belle Chasse
BATON ROUGE - The LSU Forensic Anthropology and Computer Enhancement Services Laboratory will analyze skeletal remains found on Monday morning inside of an abandoned Belle Chasse home.
Sheriff's deputies in Plaquemines Parish said the complete skeletal remains including human skull were found by a laborer who was cleaning the property in the 16000 block of Hwy 23 on Oct. 21.
The FACES Lab on LSU's campus will analyze the remains in order to determine the possible age, gender, race and identity.
Officials said there is no foul play suspected. The cause of death is unknown, and the investigation is ongoing.
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