Alaska state Troopers say human remains have been found on Shuyak Island.
Troopers say they were notified Monday about the discovery on the east side of the island, located about 70 miles north of Kodiak.
Troopers say an identification of the remains could not be made because of their condition. They did not say how old the remains might be.
The remains were recovered. They were sent to the state medical examiner’s office.
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