Undated photo made available by the University of Leicester, England, Monday Feb. 4 2013 of the skull found at the Grey Friars excavation in Leicester, potentially the long lost remains of England's King Richard III, ahead of an announcement about the identity of the skeleton found underneath a car park last September. Richard was immortalized in a play by Shakespeare as a hunchbacked usurper who left a trail of bodies � including those of his two young nephews, murdered in the Tower of London � on his way to the throne. (AP Photo/ University of Leicester)
WINFIELD, Kan. (AP) _ Investigators will continue processing a site in southern Kansas where possible human skeletal remains were found.
The Cowley County Sheriff's office says tree trimmers found the remains Monday along a private access road northwest of Winfield.
The sheriff says in a news release that no evidence of foul play was found but the case will be considered one of ``unknown circumstances'' while the investigation proceeds.
A forensic anthropologist and DNA testing by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation will determine the identity of the remains.
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