Police Release Sketch for Body Found in Pleasanton Trash Can

Police said the ethnicity of the woman is believed to be either asian, hispanic, caucasian with asian traits or native American.

Wednesday, Jun 6, 2012  |  Updated 8:05 PM PDT
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Pleasanton police hope two new sketches and photos of earrings will help lead them to someone who can identify a homicide victim.

Pleasanton police hope two new sketches and photos of earrings will help lead them to someone who can identify a homicide victim.

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The Pleasanton Police Department released new details, including a sketch of  a woman, discovered in trash can on a road in a rural area of the East Bay City on May 24.

The body was discovered around 11:30a.m. in the 11000 block of Dublin Canyon Road near Laurel Creek Drive in an upscale area.

A forensic anthropologist determined the age range of the woman to be between mid 20s to 40 years of age, according to reports.  

Police said the ethnicity of the woman is believed to be either asian, hispanic, caucasian with asian traits or native American.

The woman was found wearing blue fingernail polish, red toenail polish, and she had three ear piercings in each ear, according to police.  She had no tattoos or distinctive markings.  

She was wearing pajama bottoms and an Old Navy brand shirt, Bretzing said.

Authorities had said last week that based on the physical traits of the body that it was most likely not Sierra LaMar, the 15-year-old Morgan Hill girl who was kidnapped March 16 and presumed to be murdered.

Anyone with information about the case has been asked to call Pleasanton police at (925) 931-7300.

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