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Stan Florence
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Jessica Brown
Public Information Director
 

 

06/07/11                 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE           

 

Authorities Need Help Identifying Possible Murder Victim

The Logan County Sheriff’s Office and the OSBI are working to identify a woman found in the Cimarron River Saturday, May 28th, about 6:30 that evening near State Highway 74 bridge close to Crescent. At this time, the medical examiner’s office cannot rule out foul play, therefore investigators are working the case as though it were a homicide.

OSBI Forensic Artist Harvey Pratt has performed a touch up of a photograph taken of the unidentified woman. This sketch is considered a likeness of the woman. She is described as a white female between the ages of 30-50 years who stood between 5’1” and 5’5” tall with shoulder length hair, some of which was blonde. She had her hair pulled back into a ponytail with an orange rubber band. The medical examiner’s office says the woman’s tubes were tied, but they could not tell if she had given birth. It also appears she was a smoker at one time.

The medical examiner’s office believes the woman had been in the water for approximately four days, which would put her in the river approximately May 24-25th.



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