Police seek help in identifying remains
MIDDLETOWN >> In January 2016, hikers walking in a wooded area along a trail in Ridley Creek State Park discovered a body. Fully clothed and wearing cold weather attire, the remains are believed to be of a 25-40 year old white female, approximately 5’3” to 5’10” tall.
Numerous items were discovered near her body, including a green plaid blanket, black cloth gloves, a black Pacific Trail Jacket, size large, Gloria Vanderbilt blue jeans, three rings (a gold Irish Claddagh ring, a gold initial ring bearing the initial “C”, and a gold ring with the engraved initials of “C. A. or C.R.” on the interior), two backpacks (navy blue canvas bag, and a Route 66 black back pack), two pairs of shoes (size 9 black Totes boots, and size 9 grey and purple sketchers running shoes), and two empty pill bottles. She is believed to have died sometime in 2014.
The Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Investigation Assessment Unit, and The Florida Institute of Forensic Anthropology and Applied Science, University of South Florida have developed a facial reconstruction of the unidentified female. The Pennsylvania State Police are requesting the public’s assistance in attempting to identify the unknown female. At this point in the investigation, investigators do not feel her death was at the hands of another.
If you have information pertaining to the identity of the unknown female, please call The Pennsylvania State Police; Trooper Andrew Martin & Trooper Mark Gibble, or Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers Toll Free at 1-800-4PA-TIPS (1800-472-8477) www.pacrimestoppers.org.
All callers remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward. Reference incident #K022106312.
Facial reconstruction of unidentified female