Help identify this young woman found in a garbage bag in Houston

Houston Police Dept.

Authorities have released a sketch of a possible teen whose remains were found in a garbage

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office said the remains were found in the 12755 Walters Road in Houston.  An anonymous call was made leading investigators to the remains which they found on Oct. 16. 2012.  At the time the police did not know if it was a male or female.

Police do not know the identity of the woman and are asking the public to call in if they recognize her, reports Click2Houston.

They woman who had dark wavy hair may have either been a small-framed woman or a teenager and she was wearing a green t-shirt with the cartoon character Smurfette picking petals off a white flower, along with dark-colored capri pants in a size 5.  She had a black bobby pin in her hair and a pronounced overbite and small dental fillings in three lower molars.  Th police estimate she may be between the ages of 15-17.

So far there has been over 256 unidentified remains found in Houston County since 1957.

If you have any information about the case, please call crime Stoppers at 713-222-8477.

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