Police have released a series of new images in the hope to identify a woman whose body was found stuffed inside a suitcase in Western Australia.
A fisherman made the gruesome discovery in the Swan River, near East Fremantle on July 2.
Major Crime Squad detectives have since liaised with national and international agencies in an effort to identify the woman, however her identity remains unknown.
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Senior Sergeant Tom Mills said he hopes the new images, which show the woman with different hair colours and styles, will trigger someones memory.
“These variations on the original image may trigger someone’s memory and help us to identify this woman,” Det-Sen. Sgt Mills said.
“You may not know this woman’s name but she may look familiar. If she does, we urge you to contact Crime Stoppers,” Det-Sen. Sgt Mills said.
The mystery woman is described as being of Asian appearance, about 158cm tall, 59kg in weight and about 30 to 50-years-old.
She had a crown on her left upper front tooth which is whiter in appearance than the rest of her teeth, tattooed eyebrows and a red shade in her hair.
She was wearing a Kathmandu vest, a black T-shirt bearing a “Tokyo Disneyland” logo, and a long sleeve shirt bearing a L’Amitie logo.
The suitcase is a large blue travel suitcase bearing the brand “SB Polo” and also contained distinctive tiles.
Police have also released an image of a scooter with a wooden chopping board attached to it, with detectives previously stating that they believe it may have been used to transport the suitcase.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.