NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The skeletal remains found in Antioch Monday night may be those of a woman who was reported missing last fall.
The discovery was made by a man following a deer in a wooded area in the 600 block of Piccadilly Row around 8:45 p.m.
Sources at the scene told News 2 the remains were found not too far from the road, above ground and scattered, perhaps by animals.
Police believe they belong to Genet Haile, who was age 45 when she was reported missing by her family in September 2014.
The family reported Haile had made suicidal statements and was suffering from depression. She had been visiting Nashville from Virginia for about two weeks when she disappeared.
Detectives said personal items found near the remains were hers.
The investigation is ongoing.