Medical examiner tentatively IDs woman found ‘burned beyond recognition’
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:
- Tongue piercing
- Tattoo of a flaming heart with a dagger through it on upper right arm
- 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”
- Tattoo of the word “Pamela” on the left forearm below a flower (possible rose) tattoo
- Partially obscured tattoo on mid-line lower back, illegible cursive writing with an unknown symbol
- Tattoo on right upper arm near elbow, possible “gothic” style letters, illegible
- Tattoo on left calf, unknown graphic, possible floral or vines
- Subject was wearing size 00 Express-brand jeans
- 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.