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Police release info in hopes of identifying human remains found at abandoned apartment complex

Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Items found at the scene include: a decorative gold-colored dental work of the upper front teeth (upper middle); a white wristwatch (upper left); a white clip-on earring (upper right); black hair extensions with a purple ponytail holder; and a white and black hairclip (lower right); a gold-colored sandal, size 7 (lower left); Almost Famous brand jean shorts size 5; and a black bra.

Items found at the scene include: a decorative gold-colored dental work of the upper front teeth (upper middle); a white wristwatch (upper left); a white clip-on earring (upper right); black hair extensions with a purple ponytail holder; and a white and black hairclip (lower right); a gold-colored sandal, size 7 (lower left); Almost Famous brand jean shorts size 5; and a black bra.

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Police still have not been able to identify a woman whose skeletal remains were discovered last week on Houston's south side.

The remains were discovered September 17 in the overgrown parking lot of a vacant building at 6303 Cullen. Police found a series of items near the body including a white wrist watch, a size 7 gold-colored sandal and a white clip-on earring.

Police say the woman was between 30 and 45 years old and she had decorative gold-colored dental work on her upper front teeth.

Anyone with information in this case is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600.

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