Clay model to help ID remains unveiled today

A clay model will be unveiled today of a facial reconstruction of a woman whose skeletal remains were found near Xenia earlier this year.

The clay model was created by a forensic artist in an effort to help identify the remains.

Earlier this year, officials said the body have been exposed to the elements for a period of at least three months, but no more than a year.

Details include: female Caucasian; 25 to 50 years old; 5-foot-5 to 5-foot-10; white tank top; white bra; and black pants with a pink stripe up the leg, with a pink heart on the left thigh area that says, “Babe.”

The sheriff's office has asked anyone with information on the remains to come forward.

The model will be unveiled this morning. Anyone with information

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