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Georgia officials seek public's help to identify dismembered woman found last month

Remains from the woman, said to be 20 to 50 years old, were found in two counties in early December, officials said.

A woman whose dismembered body was found last month in southeast Georgia still hasn't been identified, and officials are asking for the public's help to determine who she was.

Forensic artists’ renderings were released of the woman, 20 to 50 years old, who most likely was a victim of a homicide, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said Thursday.

The woman was found Dec. 2 in the woods of a hunting club in the city of Riceboro in Liberty County, about 100 miles north of Jacksonville, Florida.

“Additional remains were discovered within a three-mile radius on the hunting club property in Liberty County, as well as McIntosh County. Further testing has determined that the remains were placed in the area on or around November 27, 2022,” the bureau said.

The woman did not have any scars, marks or tattoos. She had a single tooth implant in her upper right jaw, the agency said.

The woman was about 5-10, weighed 185 to 200 pounds and had brown hair and eyes.

Anyone with information is urged to call the bureau’s office in Statesboro at 912-871-1121 or the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office at 912-876-4555. Anonymous tips can be submitted by calling 1-800-597-TIPS (8477), officials said.