Randy Searls walks behind his dog, Jorga, in front of the Mount Ararat AME Church in Wilmington on Friday. Jorga is one of several cadaver dogs being used to find unmarked graves on the church grounds as a highway widening project is scheduled to begin soon.
Randy Searls walks behind his dog, Jorga, in front of the Mount Ararat AME Church in Wilmington on Friday. Jorga is one of several cadaver dogs being used to find unmarked graves on the church grounds as a highway widening project is scheduled to begin soon. cliddy@newsobserver.com
Randy Searls walks behind his dog, Jorga, in front of the Mount Ararat AME Church in Wilmington on Friday. Jorga is one of several cadaver dogs being used to find unmarked graves on the church grounds as a highway widening project is scheduled to begin soon. cliddy@newsobserver.com

Canine noses point to forgotten, unmarked graves in Wilmington

September 22, 2014 09:47 PM

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