BATTLE CREEK (WWJ/AP) – A bag of cremated remains handled by a company in southwestern Michigan was apparently discovered on a beach in Scotland.

The Battle Creek Enquirer says it was contacted Friday by a woman who found the bag near Inverness, Scotland. The bag had a five-digit tag that said Central Michigan Crematory Battle Creek.

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The crematory is run by Brutsche Concrete Products. Mickey Brutsche said ashes end up in unusual spots a “couple of times a year,” but he has no idea why the bag was on a Scottish beach.

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Brutsche said he knows the identity through an ID number on the bag and plans to contact the funeral home that handled the service.

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