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OSBI hopes you can identify woman

(Source Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation) (Source Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation)
(Source Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation) (Source Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation)
(Source Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation) (Source Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation)
(Source Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation) (Source Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation)

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (KSWO) –The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation hopes you can help identify a woman after they completed a reconstruction.

Oklahoma Department of Transportation employees found a woman’s body dumped on the side of I-40 near Hinton on April 7, 2015. Her body was badly decomposed and investigators believe she was dead for several weeks before she was found.

OSBI forensic artist Harvey Pratt reconstructed her skull in hopes that someone might recognize her.

The Oklahoma Medical Examiner’s Office believe the woman is between 18 and 35 years old, but most likely in her mid-20s. She was between 4’8” and 5’3” and is possibly of African-American decent. She was wearing an earring when she was found.

If the reconstruction looks like someone you haven’t seen or heard from in about a year, call OSBI at 1-800-522-8017.

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