LIMA â€” When 59-year-old Letha M. Sansbury died Dec. 11, 2006, authorities were unable to contact any family members.As such, the Lima womanâ€™s remains were taken to Chiles & Sons Laman Funeral Homes and later cremated before being released to her live-in boyfriend.That was the last time they were seen until Monday, when they surfaced in a pile of mulch at Wrightway Mulch, 700 Hanthorn Road.Exactly how they got there is a question officers of Lima Police Department would like to know.At about 4:15 p.m. Monday, officers were called to the mulching business by owner Aaron Wright.Police said a customer found the sealed cremains of Sansbury while getting mulch.â€śWe were sent out there [to Wrightway Mulch] in reference to someone finding it. It was still in the container. If you know how those remains come, they were sealed, in the container like it comes from the crematorium,â€ť said Sgt. Andy Green of the Lima Police Department. â€śA contractor or landscaper out there found them. We took them to the funeral home, Chiles & Sons Laman. â€» Weâ€™re not sure how they got there or how long theyâ€™ve been there. But it was still sealed so it wasnâ€™t like someone dumped them.â€ťAt Wrightway Mulch, Green said, they have big piles of mulch for people to come and pick them up.â€śSomebody took it out there,â€ť Green said. â€śWeâ€™re just not sure who. It was the only one we found. â€» Now weâ€™re trying to figure out how it got there.â€ťGreen said he did not know if a crime were committed. Much of the case, he said, was still a mystery.Bob Laman, president of the funeral home, said their last record has the remains going to Sansburyâ€™s live-in boyfriend. He said they did not have the boyfriendâ€™s name and they were not able to find him because he no longer lives in the same place.â€śThereâ€™s no other family we can locate,â€ť Laman said. â€śWeâ€™re trying to find someone to give them to.â€ťLaman said the womanâ€™s remains were cremated in Cridersville, at another funeral home that does cremations.