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« on: August 11, 2009, 10:10:45 PM »

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Sketch made from remains found in Westminster
By Charles Schelle, cschelle@patuxent.com

Posted 8/10/09
 
(Enlarge) Police on Monday released this sketch, created using information from skeletal remains of a woman found in Westminster this past March. Police said the woman had been dead three to 10 years.
WESTMINSTER — State investigators released a sketch today in hopes that someone can determine the identity of a woman whose skeletal remains were found this past March in Westminster.

Forensic specialists from the Office of the State Medical Examiner believe a skeleton found March 24 behind the Goodyear Retread Plant & Tire, 915 Baltimore Blvd, Westminster, are the remains of a white female in her mid- to late-20s.

Examiners also believe she has been dead at least three to 10 years, and estimate the woman to have a petite to extremely petite build — though they have not estimated her weight.

Police  determined the victim had died as a result of homicide.

State Police investigators obtained assistance from Detective Evelyn Grant, a certified forensic artist with the Baltimore County Police. Grant examined the victim’s skull and, through her expertise, was able to develop a composite drawing of what the victim may have looked like, police said.
 
What makes missing persons cases difficult is that over a period of a decade, hundreds of people are considered missing in Carroll County, Shipley said.

Fourteen individuals have been eliminated as a possible match, through the help of dental workers.
“It’s a long, arduous process of working through this,” Shipley said.

The records of the skeleton remain on file in the National Crime Information Center, Shipley said.

Officers throughout the country can check the database for potential matches. The farthest someone has looked for a match is New York, he said.

Anyone who might recognize the person in the drawing is asked to call Sgt. Tina Becker at 410-386-3029.

Anyone who remembers what the area of Route 140 just east of Westminster was like as far back as 25 years ago is also asked to contact Maryland State Police investigators as well, as police are trying to determine the lay of the land.



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« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2009, 07:05:52 PM »

Tracey's info is being run through about these remains, but she has not been ruled out as of today 8-12-09.   Go to the link for the story and check out the artist sketch???
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