The Santa Rosa County Sheriffs Office is asking for the publics help in identifying a subject whose remains were found in 1986. On March 12, 1986 human remains consisting of a skull were found floating in Weaver Creek, a subsidiary of Yellow River, on the Eglin Air Force Base Property located in Santa Rosa County. The remains were found floating approximately 25 yards from shore. Since the discovery, the remains have been examined by numerous experts who have concluded the following: White female with possible Spanish descent Had been in the water 2 6 weeks Unable to determine cause of death Between 20 30 years of age Between 53 to 506 in height Moderate muscular build & between 115 135 lbs. Carried at least two children to term Smoked cigarettes Probably right-handed Used drugs to excess by snorting Had poor dental hygiene with distinctive dental features The skull also indicated partially healed fractures of both the right and left temporary bones that appeared to be at least 1 ½ years old Dental Records have been entered into NCIC but have not produced any matches The first composite was done in 1986 by Cpl. Daniels with the Santa Rosa County Sheriffs Office. Recently, a second composite was completed by Deputy Moody with the Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office and was aged to 45 years of age due to the victim possibly a heavy drug user that may have resulted in a fatigued, prematurely-aged appearance. (snipped) http://www.srpressgazette.com/news/sheriff-7634-office-woman.html Link has the composite pics.