Officials say the woman had two noticeable tattoos: a Buddha and a music note with the letter V.
Medical examiner asks public for help identifying woman found dead in SE PortlandOfficials found the woman’s body near Interstate 205 and Southeast Flavel Street on April 24.
The woman was possibly Native American or Alaskan Native between the ages of 25 and 40, county officials said. She had black, medium-length hair and was just over 5 feet tall. The woman weighed 135 pounds and had two large scars on her left lower leg.
Officials say the woman had two noticeable tattoos: a black music note with the letter V on the left side of her upper chest and a depiction of Buddha on her right upper back. The woman was found wearing rings and bracelets, a green long sleeve shirt, a black and white zip-up jacket, jeans and black and white Adidas cleats.
Multnomah County Health Department spokesperson Sarah Dean said the county would not release any details about the cause of the woman’s death. Police have released no information.