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Police Asking For Help Identifying Woman Found Burning In Field

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FORT WORTH (KRLD) - One week after a body burned beyond recognition was found in a grass field near Lake Arlington in Fort Worth, investigators are no closer to establishing the identity of the victim.

The body of the woman was found wrapped in a blanket in the 3500 block of South Cravens Road.

Fort Worth police are now asking for your help identifying the victim.

Police say the woman stood about 5'5" and weighed 118 pounds. She appeared to have brown hair and was wearing sparkly mauve toenail polish. She had dental work that included root canals on both sides of her lower first molars.

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(credit: Fort Worth Police Dept.)

The woman also had a metal stud in her left nostril and a pair of distinctive tattoos -- one of a heart knot on her lower right leg and one of a flower with stars on top of her left ankle.

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(credit: Fort Worth Police Dept.)

Anyone with with information about the identity of the woman or her murder is asked to call Fort Worth Police Homicide Investigators at 817-392-4340.

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