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Photo courtesy of Parks & Recreations
Photo courtesy of Parks & Recreations

A Parks Department employee made a grisly discovery of what appeared to be human remains in a Hollis park on Thursday afternoon, cops said.

According to police, the worker found a skull and other body parts inside of a bag at Peters Field Park, located on 183rd Place and Henderson Avenue, at 2:08 p.m., on Feb. 11.

Members of the 103rd Precinct Detective Squad and officials from the Medical Examiner’s Office were called to investigate the incident, police reported.

An investigation is currently ongoing.

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