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Posted: 10:25 a.m. Wednesday, July 11, 2012
CALDWELL COUNTY, N.C. —
Testing on the human skull found in Caldwell County could take a couple more months.The State Bureau of Investigation and the medical examiner have sent the skull out of state for further testing to see if it is linked to the Zahra Baker case.Officials said it could be October before investigators get the results of the new test.A hunter made the gruesome discovery along Winkley Way in the Happy Valley community of Caldwell County in April.Police said Zahra Baker was killed and dismembered in the fall of 2010 but her skull was never found.
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