Remains of dog found after Kent State Police, BCI called to investigate wooded area

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KENT, Ohio -- Kent State Police and BCI investigated a wooded area Friday after a report of suspicious activity was called in.

They were investigating near Allerton Street, south of the rec center.

Authorities found the remains of a dog, which were most likely placed in the area in the past 24 hours.

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"Thankfully, there was no criminal activity," said Eric Mansfield, executive director of media relations at Kent State University.

Police and BCI were sent to the scene out of an abundance of caution at around 4:30 p.m. when two people were seen placing something in the woods.

The scene was processed and is being cleared.

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