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Police: Remains found Friday in Gainesville were adult male
Gainesville firefighters enter a crime scene Friday afternoon where remains were found in a vacant lot at the intersection of Jesse Jewell Parkway and Dorsey Street. Officials worked for several hours to remove the remains and collect evidence. - photo by Erin O. Smith/The Times

GAINESVILLE – The remains found Friday in a vacant lot in Gainesville were an adult male, Gainesville Police Sgt. Kevin Holbrook said Sunday. The man’s identity isn’t known.

Holbrook said authorities are “still awaiting autopsy results,” and when the results would come in was unclear as of Sunday.

The remains were found in a lot near Dorsey Street on Jesse Jewell Parkway as “investigators were here following up on an investigation” about 2 p.m. Friday, Holbrook previously said.

Foul play has not been ruled out, according to Holbrook, and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is assisting in the case.

Police used cutting tools to get into the heavily wooded area behind El Taco Veloz on Jesse Jewell Parkway. Gainesville Fire Division Chief Keith

Smith led five officers in disposable coveralls and breathing apparatuses to approach the remains.