A crew working in west-central North Dakota recently uncovered human remains police believe may belong to another construction worker.
According to a report from The Dickinson Press, an excavation crew there discovered the body while working at a jobsite near an industrial park on the evening of May 21.
The Dickinson Police Department told the paper the crew found the body “relatively intact,” and crouched in an upright position near an underground utility pipeline.
According to a statement issued by the department, the body could not be identified due to the extent of decomposition that had occurred. However, officials did say the body is that of an, “apparent construction worker.”