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A foul smell leads cops to plastic bags full of remains on a freeway as a mysterious death investigation unfolds

A MYSTERIOUS death investigation has been launched after a heavy odor led cops to plastic bags filled with unidentified remains on a freeway on Friday.

They received an initial call about a bad odor emanating from the plastic bags, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The California Highway Patrol has launched an investigation after foul-smelling remains were found in plastic bags on the freeway.

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The California Highway Patrol has launched an investigation after foul-smelling remains were found in plastic bags on the freeway.Photo credit: ABC7
Authorities have confirmed they are remains "not human," although at this time it remains unknown exactly what they are.

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Authorities have confirmed that the remains are “non-human,” though exactly what they are is not known at this time.Photo credit: ABC7

Homeless men alerted a nearby construction team about the bags, which were found next to an electrical box off the 60 Freeway in California.

The freeway serves the cities on the eastern edge of the Los Angeles metropolitan area.

The call came in just after 3 a.m. Friday about a “suspicious circumstance.”

A death investigation was launched, but the remains were soon found to be non-human.

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“Late Friday morning, CHP officials said it had been determined that the remains were not human,” ABC 7 reported.

What the remains belonged to is unclear.

Sergeant Ivan Sanchez said the event is still being treated as a death investigation, although authorities have been unable to determine what was in the bags.

https://www.the-sun.com/news/5641043/foul-odor-cops-plastic-bags-remains-freeway-death-investigation/ A foul smell leads cops to plastic bags full of remains on a freeway as a mysterious death investigation unfolds

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