WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Police have not yet identified the badly decomposed body of a woman found August 16 at the Palm Beach County Solid Waste Authority processing plant at 6501 North Jog Road.
Investigators don't know how she died or the origin of the refuse in which she was discovered. They do say the circumstances of her death are 'suspicious.'
The unknown woman had several tattoos. Police released pictures of them Thursday. They hope someone recognizes them and can identify her.
Investigators gave this description of the woman:
5’10’’ 130 lbs to 160 lbs.
Black/ dark skin Hispanic female
Unknown hair color
4-lower gold capped teeth
Double piercings (both ear lobs)
Tattoos: 1- Playboy bunny (upper left chest); 2- flower
(inside left wrist); 3- “Fat Cat” written above cat paw
prints ( top right foot); 4- Theater masks ( right side of
neck); 5- Heart w/ “Jermaine” written inside (right outer
calf); 6- Money fanned out (right outer forearm); 7-
Praying hands w/ “Susie” written under; 8- Rose pattern
w/ “Jermaine, Jasmine, Joyce” written (Left calf); 9-
Unknown design (lower back)
Scars: Hysterectomy scar (Lower abdomen); Surgical
scar (Inner right ankle); Surgical Scar (Inner left foot)
Anyone who might be able to help investigators identify the body or aid in their investigation is urged to call the WPB Police Homicide Unit via the WPB Crime Tips Line or Palm Beach Co. Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458 TIPS.
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