The Fort Worth police department is asking for help from the public to identify a woman whose remains were found at a construction site last month.
Detectives do not have a name, but they do have a description based on the medical examiner's report.
Police say a construction crew working new Interstate 30 and Alta Mesa Boulevard on the west side of town discovered the remains in late March.
The remains were unearthed in a shallow grave off of Calmont Avenue.
Investigators believe the death occurred somewhere between October 2012 to early 2013.
Investigators know the victim was a young Hispanic woman.
Detectives are searching missing person reports to see if her description matches any of those cases.
The victim is described as a petite Hispanic female.
She was between 21 and 35-years old, and was between 4'9" to 5'4" tall.
The victim had long, wavy brown hair which was about a foot long.
The most unique feature on the woman was her teeth. She had a dental bridge involving three teeth on the right side of her mouth.
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