Police await DNA results in human bones investigation
MISSOULA, Mont. - Missoula police have completed interviews but are still waiting for DNA results to come back to move further in an investigation into human remains discovered in Missoula. In September a cleaning crew found a box containing teeth and bone fragments from three children in a shed on the 2100-block of South 12th Street West. Now police are waiting for DNA analysis to come back from the University of North Texas, which could take three to six months. Authorities say they have completed interviews with people that were associated with the property, and there is no person of interest at this time. Police say the property has been released back to the owner or property manager. The case drew interest from officials looking for three missing boys in Michigan. However, police say there is no other connection with Michigan police at this time.