CHICAGO --ABC7 Police are investigating the discovery of human remains in a field in the 3800 block of West 34th.
Investigators are searching an open field alongside the Chicago River where the badly decomposed human remains were discovered earlier Friday. The remains were frozen to the ground in a field about 100 feet from a set of train tracks.
Chicago police Sergeant Eugene Mullins says the remains appear to be those of a white female. The female appeared to have light colored red or blonde hair, said police spokeswoman Monique Bond. There has been no report on the victim's age.
An environmental inspector found the remains and called Chicago police.
Police in west suburban Lyons say a village of Lyons environmental inspector was performing duties near the Chicago River when he discovered what he believes is a human foot and leg. The inspector also reported seeing a blue g
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