More human remains have been discovered at an inner-Brisbane park after a jaw bone and another unidentified bone were found in the area on Tuesday. A crime scene was declared at Teneriffe Park at Teneriffe on Wednesday after a bone was identified as a human jaw bone near the fenceline of a unit development under construction
The discovery was made by council workers on Tuesday.
Police confirmed more bones had been found at the site as forensic scientists continued investigations.
A Queensland Police Service spokesperson said the bones may be from a private burial from colonial times or from before European settlement.
Police said preliminary investigations suggested the bones were historical, however scientific testing would be conducted to determine the age of the bones. A Queensland Police spokesman said forensic scientists would return to the site on Thursday as investigations continued.
Forensic police are investigating a location at an inner-Brisbane suburb after a human jaw bone was found in a park.
A crime scene has been declared at the site on Teneriffe Drive, Teneriffe.
Council workers in the area came across the jaw bone and another unidentified bone on Tuesday.
Police said preliminary investigations suggested the bones were historical, however further testing will be conducted.
A QPS spokesperson said the bones may be from a private burial from colonial times or before European settlement.