Medical examiner tentatively IDs woman found ‘burned beyond recognition’

Garage fire near 15th and Burleigh

MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office indicated on Friday afternoon, May 3 that it has tentatively identified the woman found “burned beyond recognition” as a 25-year-old woman from Milwaukee. Positive identification is still pending.

The woman’s body was found in a garage near 15th and Burleigh on Wednesday, May 1.

Officials released on Friday a more detailed description of the subject as follows:

  1. Tongue piercing
  2. Tattoo of a flaming heart with a dagger through it on upper right arm
  3. Tattoo on left wrist with partially obscured wording that ended in “96” and above that is a partially obscured tattoo of the sun with the wording “Sunset”
  4. Tattoo of the word “Pamela” on the left forearm below a flower (possible rose) tattoo
  5. Partially obscured tattoo on mid-line lower back, illegible cursive writing with an unknown symbol
  6. Tattoo on right upper arm near elbow, possible “gothic” style letters, illegible
  7. Tattoo on left calf, unknown graphic, possible floral or vines
  8. Subject was wearing size 00 Express-brand jeans
  9. Natural teeth with several dental fillings

Anyone with additional information on this case is urged to contact the Milwaukee Police Department at 414-935-7360.

Garage fire near 15th and Burleigh

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