Deputies hope ‘Smurfs’ t-shirt will help ID woman’s body

Deputies hope ‘Smurfs’ t-shirt will help ID woman’s body

Credit: Harris County Sheriff's Office

Smurfs shirt similar to the one a dead woman was wearing

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by KHOU.com Staff

khou.com

Posted on October 24, 2012 at 10:10 AM

Updated Wednesday, Oct 24 at 10:12 AM

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas – Authorities released a photo of a t-shirt similar to the one a woman’s body was wearing when she was found inside a garbage bag last week in north Harris County.

According to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, the shirt had the words, “He Smurfs me, he Smurfs me not…” on it along with a female Smurfs character. Deputies said the dead woman was also wearing Capri pants. They hope the clothing description will help the public identify the woman.

The Houston Chronicle reported the shirt was green in color, unlike the pink one provided by the sheriff’s office.

Investigators believe the woman was in the garbage bag for a month before she was discovered in the 12500-block of Walters Road near Veterans Memorial.

Her height was reported to be about 5' 2" to 5' 4".

Anyone who thinks they know a woman matching this description with this clothing should call Harris County deputies at 713-755-6044.

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