Do you know her? Woman's remains found in Georgia landfill, has distinctive tattoos
Investigators are trying to identify a woman whose remains were found at a Georgia recycling center.
The body was discovered at the Bartow County Landfill on Monday.
On Wednesday, the Bartow County Sheriff's Office released an artist's rendering of the victim.
Officials say she is white, between 18 and 35 years old, anywhere from 5'2" to 5'6" tall, and has brown or red hair.
The GBI says the victim has a distinctive tattoo on her chest: two Easter lilies and a sacred heart in between.
Deputies also said both of her shoulder blades have names tattooed on them, but they are not releasing the names.
According to a WSB-TV report, the sheriff said the woman was cut in two pieces and put in bags.
If you know the woman's identity, call the Bartow County Sheriff's Office at 770-382-5050 or the Georgia Bureau of Investigation at 706-624-1424.