Body parts found in Michigan sewer
File photo of a sewer cover. (QMI Agency/BRIAN THOMPSON)
City workers doing repairs discovered about a dozen body parts in a Michigan sewer.
Sterling Heights police released photos of a tattoo Wednesday to try to identify the body, WXYZ-TV reports.
Investigators are working to determine where the parts may have been dumped into the sewer. The line is about 34 km long and runs through the counties of Oakland and Macomb before reaching Detroit.
The remains have been removed from the sewer and taken to the coroner.