A member of the public, who did not wish to be named, has told ITV News Central that a 'shoot' took place yesterday in woodland at Sweeney Mountain, Oswestry.
It's thought the bones were discovered during this event.
West Mercia Police have cordoned off an area of woodland as forensic officers try and work out the significance of the find.
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