Police have released new details about human remains found in bushland in Queensland last month as they work to solve the mystery of the person’s identity.A member of the public found the skeletal remains in Kybong, south of Gympie, on October 11.The investigation is in its early stages but detectives believe the skeleton is most likely that of a woman’s.“Detectives believe the remains belong to one person who may have died a considerable time ago,” Queensland Police said in a statement.Police released clues as mystery surrounds the human remains. Credit: Queensland PoliceClothes were found in the surrounding area. Credit: Queensland PolicePolice are now appealing to the public in hopes of identifying the person.They’ve released a series of images of clothing that were found during searches conducted in the surrounding area.An image of a shoe was released. Credit: Queensland PoliceThe items include a shirt, pants and shoes.It was also revealed the person had a metal implant in their leg.It was also revealed the person had a metal implant in their leg. Credit: Queensland PoliceA cause of death remains unknown and an investigation is ongoing.Anyone who may have information that could help police is urged to contact Crime Stoppers.
Queensland detectives are hoping new details may prompt somebody to remember something to help their hunt.