While they have ruled out foul play, investigators are seeking assistance in identifying a woman found dead earlier this month in the Bow River.


The body was discovered by a woman walking her dog along the path near the 2200 block of Canyon Meadows Drive SE on May 13.


The woman is described as possibly mixed race – Aboriginal and Caucasian - about 5’2 tall, with thick shoulder-length black hair. She was wearing a red pullover hoodie with “GAP” written on the front in large black letters, blue jeans and black, size nine, side-zippered boots that had a gold buckle with a high chunky heel. The medical examiner believes she is between 33- to 45-years-old.


The woman also had several tattoos, including a coloured wreath around her navel, a red rose and the word “ART” mid-stem, a small star to the right on her left outer ankle and an incomplete butterfly with a cross on her left forearm.


Anyone who may know this woman or has any information that may help identify her is asked to call the Medical Examiner’s Office at 403-297-8123.