DALLAS (AP) -- Police searching for the body of a missing 11-year-old boy have found skeletal remains that appear to be those of a child or small adult in a rural creek south of Dallas.
Dallas police Sergeant Warren Mitchell said in an email that the remains found Saturday haven't been identified but appeared human, and would be collected for testing. Mitchell didn't return a phone message from The Associated Press.
Dallas police Sergeant Brenda Nichols of the child abuse unit told KTVT-TV the bones appeared to be those of a child or small adult. Nichols didn't return a message from the AP.
Johnathan Ramsey's father and stepmother are accused of starving the Dallas boy to death. Aaron and Elizabeth Ramsey remain jailed on felony injury to a child charges.