Police explore potential link between Skelton boys and teeth found in Montana

Police explore potential link between Skelton boys and teeth found in Montana

Police explore potential link between Skelton boys and teeth found in Montana

Michigan State Police have reportedly requested more information from police in Montana after the recent discovery of a box containing human remains from children believed to be the same age as three boys who went missing from Morenci, Mich.in 2010.

The bones and teeth of three children were discovered in a shed in Missoula, Montana, Montana police said Thursday. The Missoulian, a local newspaper, reported the remains were found by a cleaning crew after a resident was evicted.

Michigan State Police investigate human remains in case of missing Skelton brothers

Reports say an investigation is underway to determine whether or not the remains of three children found buried in Montana could be that of the Skelton brothers, from Morenci. Forensic testing revealed they likely belonged to children between the ages of 2 and 4, 5 and 8, and 6 and 10.

At the time the boys went missing they were in the care of their father, John Skelton.

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Michigan State Police confirmed to WXYZ and ABC FOX in Montana that they are working with law enforcement in Missoula, Montana.

John Skelton had the boys on Thanksgiving day in 2010 and was suppose to return them back to their mother, Tanya Zuvers the following day, but never did.

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Andrew, Alexander, and Tanner Skelton were last seen in their father's backyard on November 26., 2010. He is serving 10 to 15 years in prison and maintains he didn't harm the children.

The State Crime Lab tells us the remains were sent to the University of North Texas for DNA testing. Skelton pleaded no contest to three counts of unlawful imprisonment in September 2011, after he claimed he gave the boys to unknown individuals.

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Skelton told MI investigators he gave the boys to an "underground sanctuary group" to be taken into hiding and has refused to disclose further information.

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