Severed limbs found in Salvation Army complex

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) - State police say they have been called to some vacant buildings in New Haven as part of the investigation in the discovery of severed limbs in the city.

Police discovered two severed legs and two severed arms at two separate locations on July 15.

The legs were matched by DNA testing to Ray Roberson, 54, a homeless man who had last been seen in May.

Test results on the arms have not been released.

State and local police had cordoned off a large area around the former Salvation Army complex on George Street on Thursday.

Homeless people are known to use the buildings for shelter. New Haven police did not immediately return phone and email messages seeking comment.

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