A jogger came across decomposed human remains while jogging in a Queens park on Wednesday afternoon, according to the NYPD. The grisly discovery was made in Kissena Park in Flushing, just before 1:15 p.m. near 164th Street and Underhill Avenue.

"It was a badly decomposed body," a spokesman for the NYPD told Gothamist. "We don't know if it's male or female or how long it had been there."

Detectives and crime scene specialists combed the area into the night on Wednesday, according to ABC. Sources told the outlet that the remains appeared "burned and scattered," though the NYPD has stated that it can't confirm signs of trauma.

"I've seen plumbing companies dumping things in the park," resident Sergio Hernandez told ABC. "It's an isolated area."

The New York City Medical Examiner's office will determine the cause of death.

Around this time last year, a skull was discovered in Peters Field Park in Jamaica, Queens.