Human organs from more than 100 people found in Florida storage unit

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By: Ryan Lee Hall 

(Scroll down for video) A person buying a storage unit at an auction was shocked at what he found inside.

Authorities are investigating after a person found human brains, hearts and lungs of more than 100 people in a storage unit in Florida. Police said that the storage locker belonged to a former coroner.

Someone bought the unit at an auction last week and noticed a foul smell while sifting through furniture and boxes.

Officials from the medical examiner's office in Pensacola, said that the remains were found stored in Tupperware containers, garbage bags and drink cups. Many remains were not identified.

Pensacola Coroner director Jeff Martin said that the unit belonged to Dr. Michael Berkland. Berkland worked in the office from 1997 until 2003, at which time he was fired for not completing autopsy reports.

Police so far, have not filed any charges after they said they aren't sure if any laws have been broken.