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Surveillance photos of person of interest after body parts found in St. Clair Co.

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Police have released surveillance photos of a vehicle and the person of interest they say could be connected to the body parts found in garbage bags scattered along Allington Road in St. Clair Co.

Police are looking for a white, middle-aged woman driving a late 1990s gray or tan GMC Jimmy or Chevy Blazer.

"A citizen that came across garbage bags [called in], but we also have some tips coming in of a vehicle that was possibly dumping garbage, which could be our human remains," says Sheriff Tim Donnellon of St. Clair Co. The surveillance photos are of the vehicle and woman believed to have been dumping the garbage.

The images were taken at the BP gas station on Fred Moore Highway east of I-94.

Sheriff Donnellon said in a statement Friday the remains found Thursday afternoon in garbage bags are believed to be from a white male. The bags were in St. Clair and China townships, about 50 miles northeast of Detroit.

An autopsy is scheduled for Friday afternoon.

If you have any information that could be connected to this case call the sheriff's department at (810) 985-8115.

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