New Britain police have released images in a cold case investigation dating back twenty years. They’re hoping the new 3D “approximation” from the FBI Lab’s Visual Arts Unit helps determine the woman’s identity, which could give them clues to the reason for her death.
The woman, whose remains were found near the railroad tracks, not far from Myrtle Street between Grove and Booth Streets, on October 11, 1991. She’d been shot in the head three weeks to four months earlier.
She has never been identified. She’s described as white or Hispanic, in her late 20’s, about five-foot-five, 130 to 135 pounds, with straight black hair, She was wearing a jumper with a panda bear pattern.
Police ask anyone with any information on the victim to call New Britain detectives at (860)826-3065.