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Dog Finds Human Leg In Park

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A dog in Washington State made a gruesome discovery.

He found a human leg while roaming the woods in Nisqually Indian Reservation in western Washington.The dog's owner says he carried it home. The elderly man had his daughter call police.

Officers then found even more body parts.

Police put a GPS on the dog in hopes she'll find other things related to the victim.

"I was afraid to call them. I'm 93 years old and I don't wanna go to the pen for something I didn't do" Bill Flowers, the dog's owner said.

When Bill told his daughter four days after the incident she was alarmed by the news.

"When I got home he told me, and I said, 'Dad we have to call the police," Cheryl Flowers said.

So far there are no leads and no information about who the victim is.

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