GREENWICH, Conn. — Greenwich police aren't saying much about the case, but officers have been out in force multiple times this month searching Binney Park for evidence related to human remains found there earlier this spring.
The department's Dive Team was back in Binney on Thursday, June 29, for at least the third time in as many weeks, police said. The team's black trailer is parked nearby.
Officers are continuing to search the waters — especially in tidal areas — in connection with the case, police said. They are looking for evidence or more remains, police said.
On the morning of Wednesday, April 26, Greenwich Town Parks employees were clearing debris from a wooded area in the park when they discovered what appeared to be human remains, police said.
Police and the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner determined that they were indeed human remains, but said they were "not from a recent event."
Any information that anyone has about the remains should be forwarded to the police anonymous tip line at 1-800372-1176 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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