Human Remains Found At NJ Chemical Plant In 2013 Identified
MORRISTOWN, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Authorities have identified human remains that were found at a chemical plant in northern New Jersey.
The bones were discovered at the Hercules Chemical Company in Roxbury in November 2013.
The Morris County Prosecutor’s Office says forensic scientists and a forensic odontologist have identified the person as 29-year-old Ronald Blanco of Wharton.
The prosecutor’s office says there is no indication of trauma or suspicious activity that would suggest Blanco died as the result of a crime.
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