SAN ANTONIO, Texas. — Bexar County authorities are asking specialists to help with a drawing to identify a woman whose skull was found on the side of a highway in San Antonio in December 2022.
These are some of the drawings authorities have shared that could potentially be the victim’s face.
On Dec. 22 of last year, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office received a call about a human skull found about 40 yards from the side of the road.
The address where he was found was in the 7600 block of Loop 1604, southeast of San Antonio, near the town of Macdona.
The drawing shows what the woman might look like, and Sheriff Javier Salazar is asking anyone who recognizes her or thinks they know her to call authorities at 210-335-6000.
So they found the skull on the road near San Antonio
The people who filed the report with authorities were looking for a tire that had fallen off a trailer when they saw the skull.
The next day, authorities began further investigation and were unable to find any other human remains.
Working with state police and the University of North Texas, local authorities obtained an artist’s drawing of what the person might look like.
This victim would be between 20 and 35 years old and could be of Hispanic or Asian descent.
It is possible that the skull had been at the site for two years, but there is also the possibility that it was longer or shorter.
Salazar noted it was too early to conclude it was a murder.