Human bones found near Alma Share:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Posted in Ellis County, Headline on July 19, 2017 by Staff Report A Pilot Point "Bearcat Pride" t-shirt was found on human remains discovered near Alma on Saturday, July 15, 2017.ELLIS COUNTY — The Ellis County Criminal Investigations Division of the Ellis County Sheriff's Office is requesting help from the public to identify human remains found on Saturday, July 15th, 2017.Anthropologists from the University of North Texas Center for Human Identification has determined the remains are of female gender - African-American decent.The female is described as approximately between sixteen to twenty-two years of age. She is medium muscular build and medium framed. She is 5’6” to 6” tall.Her bones were found by hog hunters in a wooded area near Alma about a half of a mile off Section House Road near Interstate 45.At the time of death she was wearing a Pilot Point "Bearcat Pride" t-shirt.Law enforcement currently does not know how long the female has been deceased.Investigators are asking for anyone with information to call Criminal Investigations Sergeant Joe M. Fitzgerald at 972-825-4928. You may also be interested in readingHomicide investigation: Ferris woman found dead in Hill CountyFeb. 10 – Meet the candidates vying for Barton’s seatFormer volunteer firemen indicted in sexual assault caseFinancial misinformation raising questions about “undocumented immigrant children”Jailer arrested for sex with inmateECSO Training Division conducts training session for SAGU faculty and staffCosts for housing one immigrant child for 21 days to rival raising one U.S. child for entire yearESD #6 board appoints interim fire chief; no action on future of dept.Fire chief and assistant chief arrested in sex assault scandalRecords indicate Ellis County may lose Fire Marshal Joe Stewart ← Two established Ellis County newspapers cutting backUber has expanded into Ellis County → You must log in to post a comment.