Skeletal remains found in Daytona Beach
Remains believed to be adult male, police say
Police in Daytona Beach are trying to figure out the identity of skeletal remains found in the woods Monday.
Police said a driver stopped to go to the bathroom in the wooded area on Clyde Morris, just north of Mason Avenue and discovered the remains just before 4 p.m.
The remains had clothes on the body and are believed to possibly be an adult male, police said. It is not believed they are connected to the case of a mother and her two children murdered in Volusia County.
The skeletal remains were collected and taken to the morgue to determine cause of death.