School: dug up bone not human

2010-09-13 00:00

THE bone discovered by builders at Clarendon Primary School has been identified as an animal bone.

The police’s special unit was called in after a bone, originally perceived to be a femur belonging to a human, was discovered by builders digging along the sport fields. The school is currently under construction for an extension.

However, Warrant Officer Jack Haskins, who is with the K9 Search and Rescue, as well as the Pietermaritzburg dog Unit, has since told The Witness that the bone in question actually was an old bone that definitely belonged to an animal.


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