Cumberland County, Tenn. Police say certain items found in the woods could lead to the identity of human remains found over the weekend.
A Harmonica, backpack, and batteries could lead to clues as to who the camper was. The skeletal remains were found by a Boy Scout group early Saturday evening.
Major Mark Rosser of the Crossville Police Department says that the body and camp were discovered under a bluff that was 60-yards away from the walking trails in Cumberland Mountain State Park. No foul play is suspected.
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