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Geneva police issue graphic images to identify body

National News // June 26, 2018

Geneva police have taken the unusual step of issuing images of a body found in the Arve River in November 2014.

They’re asking for any information on the identity of the woman.

Franck.schneider Geneva police issue graphic images to identify body

The body was found in the river near Carouge on Wednesday, November 11 2014.

She’s described as between 40 and 50 years old, 156 cm tall with blond hair. There’s a tattoo of a four leaf clover on the right hand.

 A spokesman says the police have decided to release the pictures as they have been unsuccessful in identifying the person – despite international help from police forces across the world.

The spokesman says it’s very unusual to have such difficulty in identifying people.

The images can be seen here at the bottom of the story on the Tribune de Genève. Discretion advised. If you have any information, you can call Geneva police on 022 427 7240.

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