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State Police Need Help To Identify Two People Found Dead In Detroit

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A MSP forensic artist prepared this postmortem composite image depicting what the woman found dead  may have looked like in life. (credit: Michigan State Police)

A MSP forensic artist prepared this postmortem composite image depicting what the woman found dead may have looked like in life. (credit: Michigan State Police)

DETROIT (WWJ) – Michigan State Police are asking the public for help in identifying two set of human remains at the Wayne County Medical Examiner’s office.

Police say the body of a woman was found Sunda, July 20,  in an alley near Grand Boulevard and Jefferson Avenue in Detroit. She is described as a black female, age 25-35; around 5 feet, 5 inches tall and 120 lbs.  She had short hair and several tattoos on her arms that included stars, dice and the name “Maria.”

Depicted are two tattoos on the body of a man found dead in Detroit. (credit: Michigan State Police)

Depicted are two tattoos on the body of a man found dead in Detroit. (credit: Michigan State Police)

The second unidentified body is that of a man who was discovered last Thursday, July 17, under the Waterman Bridge that runs over I-75 in southwest Detroit.  He described as a white male, standing approximately 5 feet, 4 inches tall with long white hair and white facial hair.

The man had two tattoos on his right leg; one of a rose.

Anyone with information about either of these people is asked to call the Wayne County Medical Examiner’s Office at 313-833-2507.

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