Police have launched an investigation after bones were found in a garden in Lincolnshire.
The bones, which forensic experts have confirmed are human, were discovered by a homeowner who was digging a hole in their garden.
Police say more tests are needed to establish the age of the bones and determine if they are from an ancient burial.
Police are appealing for the public to help identify the man whose remains were found near the M54 near Telford.
They were discovered by a highway worker in August. Officers have put together a DNA profile and released photos of the clothes he was believed to be wearing.
A post mortem examination was carried out last month but the results were inconclusive and the cause of death remains unknown.
Police were called to a location on Nottingham Road, in Mansfield, after the discovery of a body at a former garage in the area.
The remains of a body have been discovered at a former garage in Mansfield.
Police were called to Nottingham Road at around 11:00 yesterday morning.
The area has been cordoned off while police investigate and tests will later be carried out to determine sex and identity.
At this stage the death is not being treated as suspicious.
Police have confirmed that human remains discovered in a Coventry wood are those of missing Radford man, Hiralal Chauhan.
Mr Chauhan went missing from his home in Coventry in 2009 and despite several public appeals, he was never found.
Earlier this year, a man walking his dog in Wainbody Woods came across the human remains.
Mr Chauhan's death is being treated as unexplained and officers are appealing for anyone with information to get in touch.