Terrifying scenes in an exclusive Sydney suburb as police dig up BONES after passersby make a gruesome discovery
- Police at the Rosherville Reserve in Mosman on Sydney’s north coast
- The public came across bones in the beach reserve on Tuesday
- Forensic officers will examine the bones to determine if they are human
Police have arrived at a popular beach reserve on Sydney’s north coast after bones have been found by shocked locals.
The NSW police have confirmed that an investigation is ongoing after a member of the public made the grim discovery at the Rosherville Reserve, which is adjacent to Mosman’s Chinamans Beach, on Tuesday at around 1:45 p.m.
Photos show officers digging in a cordoned off section of the reserve.
Police stayed on the spot at Mosher’s Rosherville Reserve on Tuesday evening after a member of the public encountered bones in the beach reserve
The reserve is adjacent to a secluded beach, which is popular with swimmers, kayakers and snorkelers.
“The police have identified a crime scene where the specialist police will conduct forensic tests,” a spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia.
It is unknown whether the bones are human or animal.
“We won’t know until the forensic agents are here,” said the spokeswoman.
Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.
Police are investigating that the bones were found in a popular reserve adjacent to Chinamans Beach