The skull is consistent with that of an African-American woman age 16 to 22 who died one to 10 years previous to the discovery of the skull in April 2011
The skull is consistent with that of an African-American woman age 16 to 22 who died one to 10 years previous to the discovery of the skull in April 2011
The skull is consistent with that of an African-American woman age 16 to 22 who died one to 10 years previous to the discovery of the skull in April 2011

Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office seeks help in identifying skull found in 2011

March 06, 2013 12:22 PM

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