The forensic anthropologist from the FACES lab arrived on the scene Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. The anthropologist decided to take the bones back to Baton Rouge to examine them. It will take about two to three weeks to positively identify the victim.
Meanwhile, Shreveport police are still investigating the case and are looking more closely at their missing persons list but do believe that the skeletal remains are that of a male victim.
The bones were found just after 10 o'clock Tuesday morning by the Department of Transportation during routine bridge inspections.
Authorities are still investigating.Stay with KTBS for the latest on this developing story.