Head found in Louisiana identified as Texas woman who was missing in 201 In

A dismembered human head found three years ago in Louisiana is finally known as a Texas woman who went missing in December 201.

The head of the Cameron Sheriff’s Office’s garbage disposal team reported on March 1, 2011 that Cameron was on the side of La 227 in Paris. KATC.

Garbage pickers working on the highway showed a plastic bag with a broken head.

LSU FACES Laboratory has produced a picture of a woman using a woman’s face reconstruction, hoping to find the man’s identity.

Office of the Calcio Parish Coroner, who released the photo Noted He must have died about a week ago in search of the woman.

They determined the person to be between 300 and 500 years of age with white or Hispanic and medium-length gray hair.

Chief investigator Charlie Hunter said he hoped to share the picture with as many people as possible.

However, a breakthrough in this case happened last week. Cameron Paris Sheriff Ron Johnson said Detective Tammy Gaspard received a tip from a private citizen on May 20, 2021, about a missing person who looked like a computer-assisted head. WAVE 3 news.

Further investigation revealed that the woman was identified as Sally Ann Heinz, 58, of San Antonio, who went missing on December 14, 2017. The man was identified on Wednesday through dental records and relatives of the victim have been informed.

Johnson met with Cameron Paris Coroner Dr. Dr. Kevin Dupke, Calcashiu Parish Coroners Office. Terry Welke, investigator Charlie Hunter, staff, Cameron Paris detectives and private citizens who provided anonymous advice to help identify their respective individuals.

“Sally Hines wouldn’t have been recognized if it weren’t for the effort,” he said.

The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office had positively identified a similar situation reported two weeks ago Human remains Janet met Lee Lucas from Washington about 36 years ago in Montana.

The sheriff’s office said in a statement Facebook post His death remained a mystery until advanced DNA analysis enabled him to begin forensic genetic genetic research that eventually linked the skeleton to Lucas’ family and then to the missing woman.




Photo: MANDEL NGAN / AFP / Getty Images

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