The sufferer of a deadly stabbing, whose physique was found in Neshaminy State Park in Pennsylvania Saturday, has been recognized after authorities shared an image of a tattoo that appeared on her proper arm.
Lisa Jennings, 50, of Philadelphia died of a number of stab and slash wounds to the neck, and her loss of life was dominated a murder, Bucks County Coroner’s Workplace mentioned Monday.
“My coronary heart is damaged. She did not deserve this in any respect. If anybody have any information please, please assist,” a cherished one wrote on Fb.
Authorities had been capable of affirm her identification after releasing a photograph of a tattoo of her first title, “Lisa,” discovered on theupper proper arm.
“I requested her, why are you getting that tattoo? What do you want a tattoo for? I assume on the time, it was most likely simply one thing to do,” her brother Man Jenings advised CBS Philly. “Whoever knew it could come to one thing like this?”
A passerby referred to as police Saturday morning reporting the physique, however State Police are “nonetheless making an attempt to find out the specifics of how lengthy she was there for,” CBS Philly reported.
Bucks County authorities imagine Jennings might have been killed in one other location earlier than her physique was moved to the park in an try to cover it, in accordance with the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Anybody with further details about Jennings’ loss of life ought to contact authorities at 215-942-3900.