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FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Police are asking for help identifying a woman who was dumped on Cravens Road and set on fire Monday.

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She was about 5’5” inches tall and weighed 118 pounds, according to police. She had a metal piercing in her left nostril and a tattoo of a heart knot on her right leg. Her left ankle had a tattoo of a flower with a star on it.

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Anyone with information about the victim is urged to call Fort Worth police.

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