Human remains were found Friday in Florida in three separate suitcases, according to law enforcement officials seeking information related to the gruesome discovery.
The Delray Beach Police Department responded to an 911 call from a man who said he saw something strange in the Coast Channel, police said.
According to the Delray Beach Police Department, detectives found a suitcase with human remains inside.
According to a police statement, the remains belong to “a middle-aged white or Hispanic woman with brown hair and approximately 5 feet 4 inches tall.”
Shortly after discovering the remains, police found additional human remains in two other suitcases near the Shore Path.
According to police, the remains in all three suitcases belong to the same woman.
Delray Beach police said the victim was wearing a floral print tank top, a black tank top, and mid-thigh black shorts.
Delray Beach Police
In a brief update on Monday afternoon, Delray police asked the public for help reviewing any possible security footage from July 17-20.
The woman, believed to be between 35 and 55 years old, was placed in the water for that period of time depending on her condition, police said.
The area of interest is about one mile long and police are asking the public to look for any unusual vehicles, people or anyone carrying or moving luggage at this time.
According to police, this is an isolated case.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Delray Beach Police Detective Mike Liberte at 561-243-7874.