The State Commission on Missing Persons (Bosniaks) recovered two human bones (a phalanx and a metacarpal) on 15 June 1998 at Bijelo Polje, north of Mostar. The area nearby was also excavated but no additional remains were recovered. The findings are consistent with a human burial having been previously partially exhumed. Place of Exhumation: Bijelo Polje Date of Exhumation: 15 June 1998 Minimum Number of Exhumed Individuals: 001
Forensic report on individual and mass grave exhumations in Bosnia and Hercegovina created during the Forensic Assistance Project (FAP). The report was authored by: Connor, Melissa
Records of the Physicians for Human Rights' Bosnia Projects: Forensic Assistance Project: Findings (386-2-2)
"Forensic Monitoring Project Report: Bijelo Polje Exhumations
State Commission on Missing Persons", August 1998. HU OSA 386-2-2-8; Records of the Physicians for Human Rights' Bosnia Projects: Forensic Assistance Project: Findings; Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest.
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