MADISON TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) - Bones found by a farmer in a Madison Township field Monday have been identified as human remains, according to Butler County Coroner Dr. Lisa Mannix.
The identity of the person is unknown at this time.
Dr. Elizabeth Murray of Mount St. Joseph University will create a preliminary biological profile based on the remains that were found which will determine the race, sex, approximate age and height.
Sheriff Richard K. Jones reports the farmer found the bones around noon while bailing hay.
An investigation into possible cause and manner of death is ongoing.