Artist’s rendering could ID remains found

Artist rendering of what unidentified woman whose remains were found in West Chester. (Photo/WLWT, Butler County Coroner's Office)
Artist rendering of what unidentified woman whose remains were found in West Chester. (Photo/WLWT, Butler County Coroner's Office)

WEST CHESTER, Ohio (WDTN) – The Butler County Coroner’s Office is working to solve the mystery of whose remains were found in West Chester three months ago.

The coroner released a rendering Tuesday of what the victim might look like.

WLWT-TV reports that a facial reconstruction expert in Arizona was able to use the skeletal remains to craft an image of the woman found in a wooded area near Tylersville Road.

Investigators also released photos of items found with the woman’s remains including clothing, jeans, prescription glasses and a walking shoe. The victim was also carrying a backpack.

The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System published the newly released rendering Tuesday.

NamUs is a national resource center for missing people and unidentified remains.

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