EPHRATAH, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office in conjunction with the New York State Police has further information regarding the Human Remains found in a gravel pit on Green Street in the Town of Ephratah on 12/17/15.
They say the victim is of African American decent and was in her late teens to mid-late twenties. The victim was between 5’01” and 5’06” tall. The victim has a notable gap in her front teeth. These pictures show what she may have looked like at the time of her death.
The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office would like to recognize the following people and their agencies for their assistance in this case.
- The New York State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation Unit under the direction of Sr/Inv. Jeffery Ullman.
- The New York State Police Forensic Investigation Unit under the direction of Sr/Inv. Kelly Strack.
- Forensic Anthropologist, Professor Elizabeth DiGangi of the University of Binghamton.
- Forensic Artist, Regina Barry of the Dutchess County District Attorney’s Office.
- Forensic Anthropologist, Professor Vincent Stefan of the Herbert H. Lehman College.
If anyone has further information regarding the identity of the victim, please contact the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office at 518-736-2100.
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