The Noble Police Department needs the public's help in identifying a woman who was found dead on Valentine's Day.
According to police, the woman's body was found at Riley Park in Noble on February 14, from an apparent suicide. She is described as having an olive complexion possibly of Hispanic or Native American descent, between 16 and 21 years old, with brown eyes and hair. She is approximately 5-foot-7 and 180 pounds wearing a white T-shirt with gray sweat pants that had a white stripe running down both sides.
The woman also was wearing a tan colored, zippered coat and a purple and green dinosaur hooded backpack. She had a pierced left eyebrow and a navel piercing. Her tennis shoes were gray Adidas with black and turquoise accents.
It appeared she was wearing contact lenses but also wore pink framed non-prescription glasses. Tattoos of "Phillip" and initials A.C.E. were found.
Investigators did not find any obvious signs of trauma, and it appeared she had been dead for approximately 12 hours before being found.
If you recognize the photograph or description of the woman, please contact the Noble Police Department at (405) 872-9231.