SAN ANTONIO — Human remains were found near the University of Texas at San Antonio- Main Campus Tuesday afternoon, police say. 

According to police, the remains were found by surveyors walking through the woods near 1604 and Babcock Road. 

Officials with law enforcement told KENS 5 that the remains consisted of bones with clothes on, no flesh. 

Police are unable to tell if the remains are of a man or a woman, but they most likely belong to an adult. 

The remains are believed to have been in the area for at least six months, if not longer. 

The Bexar County Medical Examiner was on the scene. In addition, CSI and homicide detectives were on scene taking photos and collecting evidence.

There was also one man who showed up who has no background in law enforcement. He used to work in insurance. Now, in his retirement, he helps families find their loved ones who have gone missing.
Frank Trevino became interested in helping others when one of his coworkers went missing years ago. He says since 2015, he's worked on hundreds of cases around South Texas.

He said he is looking at the area this happened in and comparing it to cases he's working on now.


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