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SC SENECA JANE DOE: WF, found in creek bed in Seneca, SC - 17 June 2019 - Edentulous *Teresa Sell*

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  1. Romulus

    Romulus In the earth of missing person

    The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)

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    UNIDENTIFIED
    Unidentified Person / NamUs #UP58803
    Female, White / Caucasian
    Date Found: June 17, 2019
    Location Found: Seneca, South Carolina
    Estimated Age Range--

    General Location: Creek Bed adjacent to Beech Drive
    Seneca, South Carolina 29678
    County: Oconee County
    GPS Coordinates--

    Circumstances of Recovery: Partial female human remains were discovered on June 17, 2019 in Seneca SC. Subsequent remains were discovered on June 24, 2019 in a creek bed located in Seneca, these remains were decomposed. This female was edentulous (no teeth) all sockets were healed, this female has been without teeth upper & lower for sometime. Anthropology studies suggest that this female may have possibly given birth; studies also suggest this female had possible arthritis. Final anthropology studies are pending at this time and will be uploaded upon completion. This female is presumed deceased two months or greater before discovery. The only article of clothing present at the time of discovery was a sports bra ( be inspired brand) with multiple shades of blue and lime green this sports bra was a size Small due to weathering a distinct pattern could not be determined. No other articles of clothing were present at the time of recovery, no articles of jewelry were present at the time of recovery. No scars or tattoos were identified due to decomposition.

    Details of Recovery

    Inventory of Remains--
    Condition of Remains: Not recognizable - Partial remains with soft tissues

    Physical Description
    Hair Color: Unknown or Completely Bald
    Head Hair Description--
    Body Hair Description--
    Facial Hair Description--
    Left Eye Color: Unknown or Missing
    Right Eye Color: Unknown or Missing
    Eye Description--

    Distinctive Physical Features
    No Information Entered

    Clothing and Accessories
    Item
    Description
    Clothing
    The only article of clothing present at the time of discovery was a sports bra ( be inspired brand) with multiple shades of blue and lime green this sports bra was a size Small due to weathering a distinct pattern could not be determined.
     
  2. Summer_breeze

    Summer_breeze Blowing through the Jasmine in my mind

    Coroner: DNA confirms human remains found in Seneca in June are those of Easley woman
    ttps://www.foxcarolina.com/news/coroner-dna-confirms-human-remains-found-in-seneca-in-june/article_b437a992-aa5b-11e9-884a-3fe92b7c73d5.html
    SENECA, S.C. (FOX Carolina) -- The Oconee County Coroner's Office and Seneca Police Department said SLED has found a match for the DNA collected from a woman's remains found in late June.

    The investigation began after a homeowner's dog dug up human bones.

    Police and deputies searched areas along a creek and eventually discovered more bones, along with a woman's head and torso.

    On Saturday, Coroner Karl Addis said DNA evidence revealed the remains are those of Teresa Marlene Hatchell Sell, 55, who was formerly from Easley.

    Her death remains under investigation by the Seneca Police and Oconee County Coroner Office.

    A cause of death has not yet been determined.
     
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