Bossier City police now know what a woman whose remains were found three years ago might have looked like.
Staff members with the LSU Forensic Anthropology and Computer Enhancement Services, or FACES, Laboratory in Baton Rouge have created a clay facial reconstruction of a human skull that was among remains found in a wooded area in the 3100 block of East Texas Street on June 30, 2011.
Based on those remains, the FACES lab determined that they likely are those of a black woman who was between the ages of 30 and 43, 4’8” to 4’11” tall who had been deceased from 1 to 8 months. She may have also had a previously broken nose. Her cause of death remains unknown.
Clothing items found with the remains included a light colored Express brand long-sleeved pullover shirt with six buttons in front, size medium; a pair of L’Patricia brand pants with a zipper on the back, possibly black in color; a Basic Editions brand fleece-lined hooded jacket with zippered front, dark colored, size small; and a pair of C. Ross brand red flip-flops with silver soles and rhinestone heart decoration on side of strap.
Anyone with information is asked to call Bossier City police at (318) 741-8642 or the Bossier Parish Coroner’s Office at (318) 549-3415.