Officials seek help to ID woman found dead in Gresham
The Multnomah County Medical Examiner's Office is asking for the public's help to identify a woman who was found dead in Gresham last month.
The woman was found Feb. 24 near the Springwater Corridor Trail, Multnomah County officials said in a statement Wednesday, March 23.
She was described as white, between 40 to 60 years old with medium-length light brown/blonde hair with some gray. Officials said the woman was 5-foot 4-inches tall and weighed about 130 pounds. A past surgery had been performed on her head, they said. She also had a partial denture.
The woman was wearing several layers of clothing including black gloves, a black knit cap, blue jeans, a white shirt and two sweaters, one with "Pacific NW" on it and one with a flower pattern, officials said. She also wore a black jacket with the handwritten words "Patricia G" on it, according to officials.
The woman was found with a TriMet day pass, black and gray lunch bag, black lanyard and a blue rain poncho.
No other details about the woman or the circumstances of her death have been released.
Anyone with information about this person is being asked to call the county medical examiner's office at 503-988-0055 and reference case number MU-220224-738.
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