VERNON – Human remains discovered in Vernon last summer travelled to the other side of the world — along with samples from 24 other unsolved coroner’s cases — before they were, at long last, identified.
Staff at the B.C. Coroners Service had already tested the remains, found in June 2015 on the banks of Cherry Creek in the North Okanagan, and had been unable to produce a DNA profile before crossing their fingers and sending them off to a lab in Bosnia and Herzegovina operated by the International Commission on Missing Persons.
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