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Possible shallow grave at Angeles National Forest is investigated

Los Angeles County coroner's officials were investigating the site of a possible shallow grave at Angeles National Forest on Wednesday morning. Authorities have been unable to confirm whether there is a body inside the reported grave, said Lt. Cheryl MacWillie.

Investigators are working near the 292-mile marker on Big Tujunga Canyon Road. Hikers reported the shallow grave near a trail early Wednesday, reported KTLA.


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