|Missing Person: Unidentified Female Human Remains Found|
|Nov 06, 2014 09:53 ET||Back | Print Article|
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On Friday October 27, 2006, a man discovered human remains while walking in a field near the South Service Road and Holt Road in Clarington. The Forensic Identification Unit, with the guidance from a Forensic Anthropologist from the Coroner’s Office, completed an archeological dig of the area, and located further remains, as well as a ladies watch. In 2010, a new search was conducted of the scene where the remains were located. This search has yielded new artifacts including a ladies gold ring with a garnet and two diamonds, as well as several clothing items. The clothing items include a multi-coloured short sleeved shirt with a hood and a portion of a pair of grey track pants with elastic cuff. The remains are of a female between the ages of 18 – 30 years of age and they had been at the body recovery scene between two and 10 years, or possibly longer. The information was uploaded onto the OPP Project RESOLVE website, and a 3-dimensional clay model of the skull and a digital reconstruction of the deceased were completed. The identity of the deceased is unknown, and the case remains unsolved.
If you have any information about the Found Human Remains profiled in this matter; please contact Detective Chuck NASH Durham Regional Police Homicide Unit (905) 579-1520 Ext 5400, or The Resolve Initiative at 1-877-934-6363 or email@example.com.
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