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BCPD have facial reconstruction of remains found in 2011

Bossier City police now know what a woman whose remains were found three years ago might have looked like.

FACES Facial Recon of Remains Found 6-30-14Staff 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.

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