By: Special to The Laredo Sun
"It is a mere skeleton, and we found it around the flood are which is also high in vegetation. There will be an autopsy preformed to determine the DNA and whether it was a male or a female," said spokesman Joe Baeza.
On Friday, the discovery of a disembodied arm was found by a dog that brought it home. On Saturday, the dog was back home with a foot.
The police were alerted by the dog owners on Sunday. On Monday, they were given the task of finding the rest of the body. It wasn't until Tuesday at 8 a.m.
that they found the rest of the body.
"Scavenging animals barley left some of the skeleton. We recovered very little of the body, in a very advanced state of decomposition," said Joe Baeza.
Baeza said that there has not been another case like this. The body was found in a vast landscape between Wooster Street, near Highway 83 South and Chacon Creek, an extensive overgrown site.
Edited by: C.R.