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WSP Seeking Public's Help On Cold Case Death
August 9th, 2017 - 09:00 am
Olympia- Washington State Patrol (WSP) cold case investigators hope a new sketch will help them identify the remains of an unidentified female exhumed from her unmarked Longview Memorial Park and Cemetery grave on January 8, 2014.
Forensic Artist Natalie Murry created the sketch to help detectives identify the mystery woman. Using the skull and bone structures, Murry sketched out the facial reconstruction based on the physical features and attributes provided by witnesses who last saw her before the fiery collision that claimed her life on southbound I-5 north of Kalama, Washington on May 14th, 1991.
The WSP says that police sketches are a routine part of law enforcement investigations but rarely used to help identify a person involved in a motor vehicle collision.
Investigators hope someone may recognize the sketch and provide new leads or even identify the woman. Anyone with information related to this deadly collision is asked to call Detective Sergeant Stacy Moate at (425) 401-7745.
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