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Could human remains in Montana shed be missing MI brothers?

18 December 2017

MTN News reports a University of Montana Anthropology professor confirmed the remains belonged to three children under the age of 10-years-old.

State police in MI are taking an active interest in the bone fragments and teeth of three children found in a Missoula shed.

"The thing is, there are missing children all over the world", Missoula Police Searteant Travis Welsh told reporters. They were ages 9, 7, and 5, respectively.

Missoula police started to investigate the remains after a cleaning crew found them when the property owner was evicted, the Missoulian reported.

Missoula Police spokesman Sgt. Travis Welsh said on Friday morning that they are continuing to get inquiries from across the USA inquiring about the bones.

According to investigators, the ages match those of the Skelton brothers - Alexander, Andrew and Tanner - who went missing from their small MI town of Morenci.

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MI authorities add that there has been nothing previously reported to police linking the brothers to Montana, and it is not known at this time if the remains are from related siblings. This week, however, MI authorities announced they were working with Missoula police to see whether there is a connection between the bones and the missing boys. Until this testing is completed and additional investigation by law enforcement in Montana occurs, it can not be determined if these remains belong to the missing Skelton brothers.

On Thursday night, Tanya Zuvers, the missing MI boys' mother, posted about the news out of Montana on Facebook. There has been nothing previously reported to police linking the brothers to Montana, and it is not known at this time if the remains are from related siblings. Police later arrested the boys' father, John Skelton, who was taking care of them after convincing their mother, who had exclusive custody, that he would return them the next day. Police believe he killed them.

In 2011, Skelton pleaded no contest after being charged in their disappearance.

"Answers. We've been praying for answers", she said.

It's the case of Andrew, Alexander and Taylor Skelton who have been missing since Thanksgiving 2010. John is now in prison, serving 10 to 15 years, on an unlawful imprisonment charge, according to CBS Detroit.

"We don't know where the bones came from, and if they were transported from one area to another, and ended up here". An anthropologist determined the remains were more likely modern than archaeological.

Could human remains in Montana shed be missing MI brothers?