From MSNBC Florida:
“ORMOND BEACH, Fla. — The human remains found in Ormond Beach in a trash bag over the weekend were that of a white female between the ages of 20 and 45, an autopsy determined on Tuesday.
A family found the remains near Airport Road.
Police said Tuesday the woman had light brown to dirty blond hair and was around 100 to 115 pounds.
The woman has not been identified, nor has the cause of death.
Authorities said the remains had been placed in the area in the last six months.
Police said no Ormond Beach missing persons cases matche [sic] the description of the woman.”
UPDATE Feb 11 2011- still unidentified.
March 4 2011- still unidentified.
April 8 2011- still unidentified.
May 15, 2011- still unidentified.
7/11/11- still unidentified.
9/15/2011- still unidentified.
3/05/2012: *UPDATE- The woman has been identified as Pamela Sue Will, 50, reported missing in 2010. From her Daytona Beach News-Journal obituary:
Pamela Sue Will, 50, of Port Orange, who has been missing since September 8, 2010 was found on January 16, 2011. Pam was born in Steubenville, Ohio and was a cashier in a local grocery store. She is survived by her mother, Jo Ann Eller, Port Orange; her brother, Joseph J. Garland; two sisters, Tina Cook and Cindy Marie Vitek. She is also survived by her son, Joshua Milliken; and her daughter, Stephanie Seebach. Pam was a wonderful person and will be missed by all that knew her. A Private Memorial Service will be held at the convenience of the family. Condolences may be shared with the family at www.Lohmanfuneralhome.com. Arrangements are under the entrusted care of Cardwell Funeral Home.
The story from the Daytona Beach News-Journal reporter Lyda Longa:
No further information regarding any ongoing investigation has been made available. Thank you to DBNJ reporter Lyda Longa for continued follow up on this story. Hopefully the investigation is ongoing. Updates will continue to be posted here.
My condolences to Pamela’s family and loved ones. Rest in Peace Pamela.