ELIZABETH, NJ – Investigators are trying to determine the identity of a woman who was found dead in Elizabeth last week, the Lyndhurst Daily Voice reports.
The woman is being described as having been in her late 20s or early 30s, possibly black or Hispanic, and about five feet six inches tall, authorities said. She had no apparent distinguishing marks or tattoos on her body.
She was discovered Thursday afternoon along railroad tracks off the 300 block of Port Avenue. The Union County Homicide Task Force responded to the scene, along with members of the Elizabeth Police Department, Union County Sheriff’s Office Crime Scene Unit, and the New Jersey State Police Crime Scene Unit.
Authorities are hoping for help from the public in identifying the woman, and ask anyone with information to contact the Union County Prosecutor’s Office.
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