Human Remains Found at Acadia a National Park

Human remains were found in Acadia National Park on Friday, October 7, 2022.

Officials said the remains were located near the Fabbri Picnic Area.

National Park Service Investigating

Park Rangers said the investigation is not considered a criminal case, according to WMTW. Both the National Park Service and the Maine State Police Major Crimes Unit are involved in the case. 

Information related to how long the remains had been in the park or additional details on age or gender or anything else found.

Ongoing Case

The investigation at Acadia National Park in ongoing. The information in this story will be updated when more details are released and made available to the public.

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