The Natrona County Coroner's Office has collected the remains of a body found at the base of Casper Mountain and now it's a matter of identifying who it is.

"We're at this point trying to work on a process of making a positive identification first. It is a complete human remains, and I will take the body to autopsy on Thursday (May 7th) and at autopsy, it's just a tool I use to help me determine a manner and a cause of death."

County Coroner Connie Jacobson says it's too early to tell if the deceased was a man or a woman, but estimates it was an adult, between five to six feet tall.

She adds there was not a complete dental set available, but enough was there that could aid in identification.

The Natrona County Sheriff's Office says it's too early to tell if foul play was involved.