Originally posted by: Komak in LTWH board, moved here for discussion... Police call clay model of woman found in Ada part a 'last ditch' effort to solve 12 year old cold case In the 12 years since a park maintenance worker found a woman's skeletal remains in an Ada Township roadside park, a DNA profile, dental records and computer-generated photos of her possible appearance have failed to reveal her identity. Now, police are hoping a three-dimensional clay model of her face, built around the woman's skull, will solve the 1997 cold case. "Why not use the latest technology we have?" said state police Detective Sally Wolter, part of the Kent Metro Cold Case Team. "We're hoping this might do the trick." Police revealed the model Tuesday and images showing three different hairstyles. Police reveal clay model of woman believed murdered to help solve 12 year old case GRAND RAPIDS -- Police are hoping a clay model of a woman's face, who is believed to have been murdered and left in Ada Township Park, will help them solve a 12-year-old cold case. Officials with the Kent Metro Cold Case Team today revealed the model in an afternoon press conference. No one has been reported missing matching the black female's description, and police say a national database of dental records offered no leads. State police say the model, based on the woman's skull, is a "last-ditch" effort to identify her and bring her family closure.