The deceased was found Sunday, March 20, 1988, in Oglethorpe County. The woman's race is Black; her weight is 130-135 pounds and height is 5'4'-5'6'. Her hair color is listed as 'shoulder-length dark hair'; her eye color is unknown. No age range is 30-35. Pants size: 10, Shoe size: 6. The skeletal remains were discovered by a couple who had stopped along County Road 190 near State Highway 77 North to watch a beaver in a nearby swamp. Remains were in a large, dark-blue canvas gym bag. Wrists were bound with nylon cord. No cause of death has been established. Subject was wearing dark blue, pinstriped, Jordache jeans; a faded, light-colored pullover T-shirt, a light-colored sweatshirt; Nike athletic shoes. Found in the bag was a long, cotton dress with green, red and white stripes. It is believed that the victim died during the Spring of 1987. She had suffered a broken nose sometime during her life as well as other injuries - 5 broken ribs, broken right shin-bone - which had begun to heal that would indicate she had been in an accident a few months before her death.