Sheriff Seeks Identity of Victim in Death Investigation
On December 8, 2019 at approximately 2:00 pm, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office received information about a possible deceased person behind an abandoned church located in the 600 block of Westridge in Spring, Montgomery County, TX. Deputies arrived and found a large plastic tote hidden behind a shed that contained what appeared to be the body of an unidentified female. Detectives with the Homicide-Violent Crimes Unit and Crime Scene Unit responded, and are investigating.
Based on information obtained during autopsy, the victim in this case appears to be a Caucasian female with dark blond or light brown hair, 50-60 years of age, approximately 5’-02”, weighing approximately 120 lbs. The victim has dentures on her upper jaw, and was found wearing a blue Croft and Barrow shirt (size small), a white bathrobe, and blue and white pants with a Samoan design. The bottom of the pant legs bore the words “Alofa” (Samoan for “Love”), and “Samoa”.
Autopsy also revealed that the victim has undergone a hysterectomy, gall bladder removal surgery, gastric bypass surgery, and may have been a smoker. The images depicted below are articles of clothing worn by the deceased. Anyone with information on the possible identity of this person or information about this incident is strongly urged to contact the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office at 936-760-5800 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-392-STOP (7867), and refer to case 19A393469. The victim’s cause of death has yet to be determined.
Source: Lee Knudsen, Specialist, Administrative Services, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office