Bones found at Detroit apartment not human
DETROIT (AP) - Authorities say that bones found in the walls of a downtown Detroit apartment building that's undergoing renovations belong to animals.
Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office spokeswoman Mary Mazur tells the Detroit Free Press that tests on the bones show they aren't human.
The Detroit News reports that police sent investigators to the scene after the bones were found Thursday morning.
The site is Ashley Apartments, a nine-story building that opened as the Henry Clay Hotel in 1917. It became The Milner Hotel in the 1930s and closed in 2012.