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Friday, March 14, 2014
OCSD seeks information to identify body found in Caspers Wilderness Park
Posted by CotoBlogzz
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA -according to the Orange County Sheriff's Department (OCSD) On January 6, 2014, unidentified female remains were found in Caspers Wilderness Park (Rural South East area of Orange County) and it is estimated that the remains have been exposed to the elements for a period of at least six months.
After preliminary testing, the OCSD determined that the remains are of a petite female, at least thirty years of age, shoulder length wavy dark brown hair with light colored highlights. The decedent had a very distinct gold colored dental bridge on her left lower jaw and possibly had a broken nose at some point in her life.
The above photographs are of clothing recovered with the remains and consisted of the following:
1. A size small, dark colored windbreaker type of jacket with snaps, manufactured by AuburnSportswear. The front right side of the jacket has the embroidered words “Coach Williams” onit and the front left side of the jacket has a logo depicting a volley ball or a water polo ball.
2. A pair of dark colored athletic yoga style pants made of spandex/cotton with light coloredstripes down the side of both legs and a rear positioned zipper. The inseam measuredapproximately 29”-30”.
3. A pinkish speckled short sleeved or tank top T-shirt with a black line design
4. A bright green hair scrunchie band (not in shown in above
CASE#: 14-003711 NIC#: U500026687
Any information pertaining to this case, please call 714.647.7055 or Sheriff’s Dispatch 714-647-7000