DURANT — A skull and other skeletal remains have been found in Bryan County, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation reported Friday.
The remains were found by a local resident Sunday in a rural area of the county in southern Oklahoma. An exact location wasn't released.
On Thursday, authorities went back to the area and discovered other remains.
The unidentified remains were those of a white man who was 40 years old or older, who likely died one to five years ago, authorities said.
No missing person reports match the man. The medical examiner's office will attempt to extract DNA and enter it into a national database of missing people, officials said.