Human remains found in dense Queensland bush after four-wheel driver inadvertently finds skeleton on remote track
- Four-wheel-drivers have found human remains in the Sunshine Coast hinterland
- Two men were driving on remote track in the Glasshouse Mountains on Tuesday
- Queensland Police said initial examinations of remains indicate they are human
- Remains will undergo further forensic analysis to establish gender, police said
Four-wheel drivers have inadvertently stumbled across a skeleton on an isolated track in the Sunshine Coast hinterland.
Queensland Police said two men discovered the remains on a remote track in the Glasshouse Mountains at about midday on Tuesday.
Police have since declared a crime scene at the track with initial examinations of the remains indicating they are human.
‘They will be sent for further scientific and forensic analysis including establishing gender,’ police said in a statement.
Four-wheel drivers have inadvertently stumbled across a skeleton on an isolated track in the Sunshine Coast hinterland (pictured)
An incident centre has been established at Maroochydore Police Station with Sunshine Coast police to collaborate with other specialist officers.
Police have asked that anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers.
More to come.