Washington, District of Columbia 2021-06-16 11:42:19 –
The FBI is working to identify women who have died in a national park in Frederick County, Maryland.
The FBI’s Baltimore Field office said in a statement Wednesday that hikers found a part of a woman’s body at Catoctin Mountain Park in Salmont on Saturday.
The woman had long, black hair with braids and wore a black tracksuit, wrist guard, and red Nike. She had a small Puma brand bag.
FBI agents and National Park Service special agents responded to the park on Saturday afternoon after hikers found parts of the woman’s body “in the area surrounding the park,” the FBI said. No information about the exact location is available.
The photo shows a woman’s key, jacket, trousers, purse, and one shoe.. She had key chains called “El Salvador” and “Love”.
Autopsy identifies the cause of death in women. It was unknown how long her body was in the park.
The National Park Service is supporting the investigation.
Located about 60 miles northwest of DC, the 5,700-acre park features hiking trails and campgrounds. The president’s hideout, Camp David, lies within the boundaries of the park.
If you have information about women or that “the missing person has disappeared in the last 6 months,” call the FBI’s tipline 1-800-CALL-FBI or visit tips.fbi.gov. please.
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