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Police release reconstructed images of an unidentified woman whose remains were found in 3 suitcases along a Florida beach

Image Source: Blue light flasher atop of a police car. City lights on the background. (Shutterstock @ ArtOlympic)

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Image Source: Blue light flasher atop of a police car. City lights on the background. (Shutterstock @ ArtOlympic)

Florida county police have released an artist’s reconstructed image of an unidentified woman whose remains were found in three suitcases floating along the Intracoastal Waterway last week.

The illustration, prepared by the sheriff’s office forensic imaging unit in Palm Beach County, depicts a middle-aged woman with dark brown hair and eyes. Delray Beach police estimate that she was either white or Latin American, aged between 35 and 55, and approximately 5 feet 4 inches tall. They believe she may have had tattooed eyebrows.

The accompanying rendering from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office (PBSO) suggests the clothing the woman was wearing when she was attacked, which includes a white floral top believed to be made by the Brazilian company Betzabe, and mid-thigh black shorts.

Authorities emphasized that these reconstructed images are not an exact likeness of the victim or her clothing but an interpretation by the artist. The purpose of releasing the images and information is to seek help from the public in identifying the woman.

The investigation took a gruesome turn when a construction worker discovered the first suitcase containing the woman’s remains on Friday morning. Subsequently, two more suitcases were found further south, prompting a large-scale police response.

Delray Beach police have asked residents living between Linton Boulevard and George Bush Boulevard bridges to review their security camera footage for any unusual activities, cars, or people between July 17 and 20, particularly those carrying luggage.

The woman’s remains were found in the early stages of decomposition, making it challenging to determine her cause of death. The police have not disclosed any details about how they believe she was killed but suspect that the suitcases were dumped locally. They are investigating whether the suitcases entered the waterway from the north or south of Palm Beach County.

Authorities hope that the released images and information will help generate leads and eventually lead to the identification of the woman and provide crucial clues to solve this disturbing case.

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