Pennsylvania State Police are hoping a facial reconstruction will help them identify a woman whose remains were found two years ago in Ridley Creek State Park in Delaware County.

Hunters discovered the remains along a trail in a wooded area of the park in January 2016.

This is a facial reconstruction of a woman whose remains were found in January 2016 in Ridley Creek State Park in Delaware County.
Pennsylvania State Police
This is a facial reconstruction of a woman whose remains were found in January 2016 in Ridley Creek State Park in Delaware County.

An anthropological examination indicated that the woman, who was fully clothed in cold-weather attire, was white, 25 to 45 years old and approximately 5-feet, 2-inches to 5-feet, 10-inches tall.

She had three rings: a gold Irish Claddagh ring, a gold ring bearing the initial "C," and a gold diamond ring, state police said.

Investigators said an isotope analysis indicated that the woman was born and lived in the Northeast United States, with a strong probability she came from Pennsylvania or an adjacent state.

The woman's cause of death was undetermined.

Anyone with information can call Trooper Andrew Martin at 215-452-5251 or the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers' toll-free hotline at 1-800-4PA-TIPS (1-800-472-8477). Tipsters can remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward.

The unidentified woman had this ring, and two others, when her remains were found.
Pennsylvania State Police
The unidentified woman had this ring, and two others, when her remains were found.