Windsor police trying to identify female body recovered from Detroit River

March Ren
By March Ren March 3, 2018 09:54

Windsor Police released the picture of watch and key belonging to the body of a woman pulled from the Detroit River.

Windsor police were busy at the river last week.

First, patrol officers found a male body in the Detroit River in the area of the 1200 block of Riverside Drive West last Tuesday.

A witness had called Windsor police, and officers quickly found the man and transported to the hospital.

But after that, Windsor police received another call about a second body far from the shoreline. The Coast Guard located a female body, about 50 years old wearing a grey sweater, blue jeans and white running shoes. There was no identification.

Windsor Police have released a photo of the red watch she wearing and a key ring with two keys.

The Windsor Police Major Crime Branch continues to investigate the reason of her death. They are asking the public for help to identify the woman.

March Ren
By March Ren March 3, 2018 09:54

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