On the afternoon of April 12, 2020, a resident was walking his dog along a trail in a wooded area behind his apartment complex in Austin, Texas. As they descended a hill, the dog began wandering off of the path and discovered the decomposed body of an adult woman.
She was estimated to be between 40-55 years old,approximately 5’2” tall with brown and gray long hair. Surgical clips were present in the woman’s right breast, and most of her teeth were missing. An autopsy detected methamphetamines in her system.
She was wearing a pink Express camisole, size extra-small, Hollister size 0 jeans and size 7 ½ men’s Adidas sneakers.
NamUs ID: UP72619
Date Body Found: 4/12/2020
Estimated Age: 40-55
Estimated PMI: Unknown
Agency of Jurisdiction:
Travis County Medical Examiners Office
Status: Research in Progress
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Last Updated: November 14, 2022