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TBI asks for help identifying burned woman

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COFFEE COUNTY, TN (WRCB) -- The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is asking the publicfor help identifying a woman found in Coffee County over the weekend.

Officials say they found the woman March 9 in SummitvilleCave.

The body of the woman was burned. Investigators believe shewas murdered and her body dumped.

Currently, the woman's identity has not been determined.

Investigators say she was approximately 4'8" to 5'2" tall,weighed between 100 to 120 pounds, had brown eyes and blonde/auburn coloredhair. She was wearing a black shirt with orange writing and pink bra. Thefemale had no teeth in her bottom jaw, but wore a set of dentures as her topteeth. It is also possible she has a pierce left eyebrow.

Anyone with information about heridentity is urged to contact the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND(824-3463).

 


 

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