Unidentified White Female Found January 1, 2016 in Ridley State Park, Delaware County
Vital Statistics Race: unsure but thought to be a white female Estimated Age: late teens to 40 years old
Estimated Height: 5'3"
Estimated Weight: 120 lbs, thin build
Hair Color: light brown or blonde State of Remains: skeletal
Estimated time of death: 2014-2015 Clothing: fully clothed in winter apparel including: black Pacific Trail jacket, size large; Gloria Vanderbilt blue jeans, size unknown;
Skechers gray & purple running shoes, size 9;
black Totes boots, size 9; black cloth gloves. Items Found With Remains: a green plaid blanket; navy blue canvas backpack; Route 66 black backpack; two empty pill bottles.
Jewelry: three rings: an Irish Claddagh ring with green stone; a tarnished ring with dark green stone with either C.A. or C.R. engraved on the inside;
a signet ring that authorities believe to be engraved with a C. DNA: available Fingerprints: not available, skeletal remains Dentals: Available. She had some dental work. Distinguishing Characteristics: Prominent teeth and jaw.
Case Details On Friday, January 1, 2016, a hiker discovered the remains of this unknown female just off the main trail in Ridley State Park, Delaware County. The site is a roughly 15 minute walk from Barren Road, Media.
Three distinctive rings fell out of the woman's clothing when the mud they were encased in started to loosen. Photos of the rings are pictured below. Click on the images for a larger view. It is hoped that these rings will lead to the woman's identity.
If you have any information about this case, please contact:
Delaware County Coroner's Office Brian Razzi
610-891-5953 or Pennsylvania State Police Media Station Tpr Mark Gibble 484-840-1000