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Greenwich Police Divers Resume Search For Evidence At Binney Park

Greenwich  police dive teams return to Binney Park on Thursday to search for more evidence in a case involving human remains found in the area in April.
Greenwich police dive teams return to Binney Park on Thursday to search for more evidence in a case involving human remains found in the area in April. Photo Credit: Greenwich Police Department
Greenwich Police and State Police dive teams search for more materials and/or remains in Binney Park earlier this month.
Greenwich Police and State Police dive teams search for more materials and/or remains in Binney Park earlier this month. Photo Credit: Greenwich Police via Twitter

GREENWICH, Conn. — Greenwich police returned Thursday to the site in Binney Park where human remains were discovered in April to continue to scour for evidence.

Officers are continuing to search the waters in Binney Park in connection with the case, looking for evidence or more remains, police said. Divers were on the scene, along with other officers, with the dive van parked nearby on Thursday morning.

Related story: Investigators Renew Search For Human Remains In Binney Park In Greenwich

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 tips@greenwichct.org.

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