A suspected human skull and shoulder blade have been detected under an Aldi automobile park.
They were unearthed by construction workers at the site yesterday, with police rising an review into how they came to be there.
Tests are being carried out to endorse if the apparent skeleton are human remains.
This afternoon a police tent covering the excavated site could be seen, while a police outpost was guarding the excavated area.
The site is believed to be a former funeral belligerent for an old chapel and police are now trying to work out if the ‘bones’ are from the old funeral belligerent or if they were buried in the automobile park some-more recently.
The gruesome find at the automobile park on Leech Street, Stalybridge, was reported to Greater Manchester Police at 2.10pm on Tuesday afternoon.
Tameside Council formerly owned the site, until it was sole to Aldi supermarket for parking.
As shortly as the ‘bones’ were found, engineers stopped work abruptly and the complicated machine stays new today.
Aldi have been contacted but the supermarket declined to comment.