Relic of St. Giles Discovered in Edinburgh?

Edinburgh Evening News: What is believed to be an arm bone, and possibly a relic of St. Giles, has been discovered in the roof of St. Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh, Scotland. Fiona MacGregor and Stephanie Todd report in the Edinburgh Evening News that a man's arm bone has been found in the roof of one of the oldest parts of St. Giles Cathedral. Researchers believe the bone may have been a relic of the saint, donated by a 15th century nobleman to the cathedral and then hidden during the Reformation. St. Giles was born in Athens in 640 CE and then moved to France. He is the patron saint of Edinburgh.

The bone was removed by police and is being studied by pathologists at Edinburgh University. DNA testing is planned.