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5/12/10

Authorities searching area again where human remains were found

UPDATE: The Lubbock County Medical Examiners Office, Lubbock County District Attorney's Office, Lubbock County Sheriff's Office and the Lubbock Police Department will hold a joint press conference at the Medical Examiners facility today at 2:00 p.m. KCBD NewsChannel 11 will be at the press conference and will bring you the latest.

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The Lubbock Sheriff's Office announced early Wednesday morning that they will join forces with the Lubbock Police Department in a large scale search of the property where human remains were found over the weekend.

The property, located at North Frankford and County Road 5200, is where an ATV rider found a human skull on Saturday and called 911.

Investigators are hoping to recover additional evidence.

The identity of the remains found on Saturday has not been determined. KCBD NewsChannel 11 has a crew on the scene and will bring you the latest information on the web, on your phone and on air.

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