The Junction City Police Department is continuing to ask for the publics help in identifying a woman’s body found last month. 

On May 28, the body of a deceased female was found between two buildings in the area of 140 E. 2nd Street.

Due to the condition of the body, police said it was hard to provide specific characteristics to the public at that time. 

The police department requested help from the Kansas Bureau of Investigation where they were able to obtain usable fingerprints in a DNA profile. 

Police say at this time there is still no identification. 

Based on a preliminary profile from the forensics lab at Washburn University in Topeka, the unidentified woman is believed to be a white woman with brown hair, between the ages of 40 and 60 and standing 5’10.”

She was believed to have been wearing a blue-green tank top and shorts with both sizes being large along with size 10 flip flops at the time she was discovered. 

Police said the body is not that off Ashley Meiss, a 30-year-old military veteran who has been missing from Ogden since May 18. JCPD said Ashley has been ruled out based on fingerprint comparison done by the KBI. 

Anyone with information are asked to call the police department at 785-762-5912.

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