POLICE are investigating the discovery of human skeletal bones found in Llanymynech caves.
The bones were unearthed by people with metal detectors who were exploring an old Roman copper mine.
Police spokeswoman, Sian George said: “"Police are investigating the discovery of what appear to be human skeletal remains in an area known as Llanymynech caves, Llanymynech.
“This was unearthed as a result of metal detection activity being carried out on the site which was a Roman copper mine.
“The remains are being examined by Forensic Experts who will help us determine the significance of this find, and whether they could be archaeological."
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