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BRAY, Okla. (AP) - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is looking into the discovery of parts of a skull at a pond in Bray in Stephens County.
Authorities say fishermen found the pieces of bone partially buried in mud at the pond and investigators are trying to identify the remains. OSBI spokeswoman Jessica Brown told KSWO that the remains will undergo DNA testing in an effort to identify them and to determine if the death is the result of a homicide.
The remains were found in the same area where remains identified as that of 46-year-old Rose Bagley were found in 2006.
Brown said it's too early to know if the latest discovery is connected to Bagley's death.
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