The Yakima County Coroner is hoping to find help in identifying a body found in 1988 near the Parker Dam in Parker Washington.

THE WOMAN IS BURIED AT A YAKIMA CEMETERY

Coroner Jim Curtice says he’s hoping to find a “presumptive family member for DNA testing to finally identify the person”
Curtice issued a digital art picture of the female who was found dead near the dam in 1988. He says her remains were buried in 1989 in a Yakima cemetery. Curtice say he doesn’t know how she died but it’s presumed she was a victim of a homicide.

IF YOU CAN HELP CALL POLICE

If you can help or recognize this person you are urged to contact the Yakima County Coroner’s Office 509-574-1610  and or the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office 509-574-2500.

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