Sear­ching for the ‘Na­tion River La­dy’

Le Reflet (The News) - - ACTUALITÉS | NEWS -

The On­ta­rio Pro­vin­cial Po­lice are see­king the pu­blic’s help in iden­ti­fying a de­cea­sed wo­man, who has be­come known as the Na­tion River La­dy, that was found in May 1975 in the Na­tion River near the High­way 417 bridge, south of Cas­sel­man. She is des­cri­bed as Cau­ca­sian, aged 25-50 years old, bet­ween 5’2” and 5’8” in height, wei­ghing ap­proxi­ma­te­ly 100 pounds with na­tu­ral brown hair that was dyed a red­dish blond, had an ap­pen­dix scar and wore par­tial up­per and lo­wer den­tures. She was wea­ring a na­vy blue bo­dy suit and her bo­dy was wrap­ped with two pieces of green cloth and two to­wels, one de­pic­ting an Irish Toast and the other se­ve­ral flo­wers. Her hands and feet were bound with neck­ties – one being a blue tie with small Ca­na­dian flag em­blems, known as “the Ca­na­dian tie.” OPP Fo­ren­sics has crea­ted a 3-D clay fa­cial re­cons­truc­tion of the Na­tion River La­dy, which can be seen here, and has her fin­ger­prints and DNA on file. The hope is that the pu­blic can assist in iden­ti­fying the wo­man and assist in fur­the­ring this in­ves­ti­ga­tion. Anyone with in­for­ma­tion is en­cou­ra­ged to contact the OPP or the Na­tion River La­dy de­di­ca­ted ti­pline 613-591-2296– Alexia Mar­sillo

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