Police ask for help identifying human remains found in Ohio FOUND

angelahallUPDATE:  7/19/16 – The remains found over three months ago in Ohio have been identified as belonging to Angela Hall AKA Angela Serrano, who was 25 when she went missing on Jan. 9, 1998.  Her identity was confirmed through DNA testing after family members provided samples that matched Hall’s DNA.  According to the Doe Network, Angela, who was a former exotic dancer at Bugsy’s Speak Easy in Elyria was in the company of a black male in his late 20’s. They were last seen in a blue Chevrolet Beretta, license plate number unknown in Elyria. Hall was a confidential informant in a drug case, and as an informant, purchased cocaine from Patricia Byrd four times from November 15, 1996, to March 7, 1997, according to court records.

Original Story:  Human remains have been found in Lorain on March 22, 2016. Authorities believe the remains have been there for more than two years, but maybe even as long as 20 years. The remains were found near the intersection of Route 58 and London Eastern Road in Huntington Township in Ohio about 45 feet from the road.

“This is not someplace somebody would be out for a walk and have a medical event,” Dr. Frank Mill of the Lorain County Coroner’s Office said on Thursday during a news conference. “It’s on a farm behind a border fence next to a state highway.”

“The woman was in her late teens to early 30s and was between 4’8” tall and 5’5” tall and around 150 pounds. She was wearing a spaghetti-strap top or short dress and loose-knit, short-waisted cropped overlay with a single-button. She also was wearing a Victoria’s Secret sequined and pearl underwire bra, size 38 B, and matching panties. Investigators found a Peugeot wristwatch with a white face, yellow metal hour markings and a leather band; and metal wrist bangle bracelet. She had artificial nails with white tips, a white flower pattern and shiny stone in the center.A metal buckle, believed to be a belt buckle, and a stud earring were also found near the remains,” reports Cleveland.com.

If you have any information, please contact the Lorain County Sheriff’s Detective Bureau at 440-329-3742 or leave a tip here.

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