Remains found at Seattle recycling center ID’d



SEATTLE (AP) — The King County medical examiner’s office has identified the remains found July 8 on a moving conveyor belt at a Seattle recycling plant as those of a 53-year-old Seattle man.

The medical examiner said Friday the man was Donald S. Meyer. His cause of death was not disclosed.

The Seattle Fire Department responded to CDL Recycle after an employee found the remains. Police detectives determined the death was not the result of an industrial accident and that the remains had been brought to the plant from another location.

The Seattle Times says the man was not an employee of the recycling facility.


Information from: The Seattle Times,