A scientific craftsman could be utilized to distinguish a disjoined head found in a quarry.
The remaining parts were found by a quarry laborer at Mepal, Cambridgeshire on Monday.
It is thought the head originated from a site 40 miles away in Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire, and the casualty kicked the bucket before 2015.
The National Crime Agency’s Missing Person’s Bureau’s database of discovered remains will be utilized as a part of distinguishing proof.
A representative for Cambridgeshire Police said it was not yet clear whether the head had a place with a man or a lady. A representative for the NCA said: “Our Missing group here at the NCA has been in contact with the power.
“In cases this way, the department will lead ventures and verifies whether there are some other incomplete remains that could be connected to the occurrence, or any missing persons, to help the power with distinguishing the person.
“We will guarantee that pertinent data is assembled, for example, a specimen for DNA and dental data with a specific end goal to help this procedure.
“Contingent upon the result of enquiries, we would likewise prescribe a scientific craftsman is locked in to make an impression of what the individual may look like keeping in mind the end goal to help recognizable proof.”
The Mepal site where the head was found is utilized for landfill and reusing, and additionally the supply of totals, for example, limestone and rock, and blending concrete.