FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) — An investigation by the Medical Examiners Office in Fort Worth has produced a profile for a set of human remains that were discovered last month.
Fort Worth Police were initially dispatched to a wooded area adjacent to 7300 Calmont Ave. on March 20. When officers arrived, a work crew directed them to what appeared to be a human skull. Investigators also located a shallow grave where additional human remains were recovered.
Investigators now believe the remains are that of a 21-35 year-old, Hispanic female. The subject stood roughly 4-foot-9 to 5-foot-4 and had layered, long wavy brown hair. A dental analysis shows the woman has a “bridge involving the three teeth of the front right incisors and canine. It is composed of porcelain/non-precious metal.”
The death is believed to have occurred in the fall of 2012, but could have occurred any time between October 2012 and early 2013.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Homicide Detective Sullivan at 817-392-4340.
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