snip: GREENSBORO - Officials with the N.C. Medical Examiner's Office have yet to determine the identity of a woman whose bones were found Saturday in Julian. A family in the 2900 block of Mount Hope Church Road alerted authorities after their dog brought a human jawbone into their yard. The sheriff's office responded, confirmed the find and discovered nearly a full skeleton across the street in a wooded area 300 yards from a house. A preliminary autopsy determined that the remains belong to a white woman in her late teens or early 20s. Col. Randy Powers of the Guilford County Sheriff's Office said Wednesday morning that the medical examiner's office is working today to clean up the remains and determine a cause of death. "As far as the person who it is, we are running down some possible leads," Powers said. A full set of teeth were among the remains, he added, and they are being compared with dental charts. DNA might be used to help determine the identity. An alert has been sent to law enforcement agencies in a 100-mile radius for leads , and investigators are combing through missing persons cases for possible matches. Authorities found no clothing or other identifying materials with the remains, Powers said. One medical examiner estimated that the remains may have been at the site since December or January. Anyone with information is urged to call the sheriff's office at 641-3690 or Crime Stoppers at 373-1000. Crime Stoppers callers remain anonymous and are eligible for cash rewards. Contact Ryan Seals at 373-7077 or ryan.seals @news-record.com nThe remains found on Mount Hope Church Road belong to a young woman.