What has been confirmed as a portion of a human skull has turned up in a crab pot near Westport. Undersheriff Dave Pimentel tells KBKW, a fisherman pulled it up Friday morning about 2 miles off the coast, he told officers that he had set the pot last week.
The King County Cornoer’s Officer confirmed later Friday that the skull was human, however they have not released a positive I.D.
Pimental said earlier Friday a crab fisherman found what appeared to be a human skull about 2.3 miles off of the coast.
The fisherman called the Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office, who met him at the docks, and took the sample into evidence.
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