|News Release||City of Irvine|
Public Information Office
1 Civic Center Plaza
Irvine, CA 92606
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||PRESS RELEASE #09/10/2009|
|Subject :||UPDATE: POLICE INVESTIGATE DEATH OF WOMAN FOUND BURNED IN PARKING LOT|
|Contact :||John Hare, Lieutenant, Irvine Police Department (949) 724-7112|
IRVINE, CA (September 8, 2009): Irvine Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the victim who was found deceased and burned in the parking lot of a closed business early Saturday morning, September 5, 2009. The victim is described as an African American woman in her early 20's, approximately 6' tall and 150 pounds.
UPDATE (September 10, 2009): When the victim was located she was wearing size 10 Glaze brand shoes, like the one depicted above. It appeared her shoes had been in good condition, either new or rarely worn. Detectives believe the shoes are fairly distinctive and therefore may have caught the attention of someone who remembers the victim and could provide information leading to her identity.
Anyone with information about the victim's identity is asked to contact the Irvine Police Department's 24-hour tip hotline at (949) 724-7192.
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