Police need help identifying Jane Doe found in Ridley Creek State Park

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Jane Doe Ridley Park Delaware County Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania State Police want to identify the remains of a woman found January 2016 in Ridley Creek State Park by a hiker. They have a sketch of what the woman looked like along with photos of the jewelry she was wearing.

 

Jane Doe Ridley Park
Jane Doe Ridley Park
Jane Doe Ridley Park
Jane Doe Ridley Park

The remains are believed to be of a white female between 25-45 years old.  She was about 5’2″ tall to 5’10” tall. She was wearing cold-weather attire.  Three rings were found;  a gold Irish Claddagh ring, a gold initial ring bearing the initial “C”, and a gold diamond ring.  Additionally, Isotope Analysis determined that she was born and resided in the Northeast Region of the United States, with a strong probability of the decedent originating from Pennsylvania or an adjacent state.

Jane Doe Ridley Park
Jane Doe Ridley Park
Jane Doe Ridley Park
Jane Doe Ridley Park
Jane Doe Ridley Park
Jane Doe Ridley Park

Contact the Pennsylvania State Police, Trooper Andrew Martin at 215-452-5216, if you have any information.

 

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