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Atlanta Police Wants Public to Help Identify This Girl Shot to death On an Atlanta Street

On Thursday, September 21, a woman was found dead on the Hortense Place in the Northwest Atlanta and police want the public to help for learning her real identity.

The victim had an ID with her that helped the Police to release her sketch to identify but the authorities are still unable to know her real identity. Police have further requested the public to help them identify her.

The woman is reported to be shot dead in the Atlanta street and Police explains her as 16-22-years-old weighing 120-160 Lbs approximately with the height of 5’00 to 5’05”. She has short straight hair and carries medium to heavy build, police reported.

The moment she was found dead in the street, she was wearing blue and white striped shirt, black nylon Adidas warm-up jacket, whit multi-colored socks, black denim jeans and pink flip-flop, reported by Atlanta police.

More of, police disclosed that the woman has multiple minor scars on her left thigh and a scar on her left ankle with the deep gunshot wound.

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On Sunday night police released the sketch and started the investigation. Neighbors reported that they heard the gunshot between 5 am to 6 am but the reality wasn’t revealed until a father-of-five came to the street and found a young woman dead.

For the moment, no suspect has been found or arrested.

Anyone who has related information is requested to call Atlanta Police Homicide Unit directly at (404) 546-4235 or Crime Stoppers at (404) 577-8477.