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The remains were found in a suitcase in 2016, and finally, the ID would be the use of a new technology, the police said

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Skeletal remains found stuffed in a suitcase along a Georgia highway in 2016, has recently been identified as that of a Pennsylvania woman who was missing in action as of 2014, authorities said Friday.

The police have identified the woman as Jessica, Ashley, Manchini, who was believed to be 29, when she died, Gwinnett County, Ga., authorities said in a statement.

Detectives were able to identify the woman, and with the help of a new type of technology that allowed them to read the faded ink, on a label attached to the case, authorities said.

Manchini is originally from Pennsylvania but have lived in Georgia for the last few years of her life, according to police. Her mother, who still lives in Pennsylvania, had a reported Manchini is missing, in December 2014, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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The remains were found in a suitcase discarded in a wooded area off of Interstate 985, on the 29th of July, 2016, in the Gwinnett Daily Post reported. Authorities have said they believe the woman died at the beginning of 2016, on the basis of the decomposition of the body.

From left to right: the source image is of Jessica and Ashley, Manchini, who the police identified as the woman whose remains were found stuffed in a suitcase along a Georgia highway, about three years ago. The police have brought in a field of art in 2016, and of which the female might have looked like based on the remains.

According to the authorities, the new technology turned out to be a part of a file name, and a Pennsylvania address on it. Manchini’s identity was then confirmed using dental and medical records.

Shoot, in the first instance, be used as a lighting test to try and make a door, and a letter of the lost in blue ink on the tag in 2016, but was not successful. The police have released a forensic sketch of the woman believed to be looking for, as well as a picture of the type of clothing found with the remains.

An initial examination of the skeleton revealed that the woman had a fusion in her spine, and suffered from scoliosis, Gwinnett County Medical Examiner Dr. Carol, Terry, told the Gwinnett Daily Post. Manchini’s mother, confirmed to investigators that her daughter had to undergo a surgery for her spinal condition.

The cause of death is still under investigation. Because of the woman’s body was mostly bone, and when it was found that there was no way to find signs of possible trauma to her body, the medical examiner said. It is still not showing signs of a recent fracture or a fracture of any bone.

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Anyone with information as to what happened with Manchini is asked to call detectives at 770-513-5300, or Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477. They will be able to pay a visit www.stopcrimeATL.com the Journal-Constitution reported.

Police are looking for information on who did Manchini, and what the hell was going on in her life, before she passed away. Tips can be anonymous, and information leading to the arrest and charge will be able to earn tipsters up to $2,000.

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