(Hagerstown, IN)--It will likely be at least three more weeks before remains found in a Hagerstown farm field can be identified. Wayne County Sheriff Jeff Cappa Tuesday that the remains are undergoing DNA testing, and that that process usually takes about a month. The remains were found nine days ago. DNA from the skeletal remains is being compared to DNA taken from items belonging to people currently considered missing. No estimate of how long the remains may have been in the field has been made public.
DNA TESTING BEING CONDUCTED ON HUMAN REMAINS