Few new details emerge in case concerning legs

A recent update from Pennsylvania State Police denotes the woman whose legs were found along the north shore (city side) of the Susquehanna River on May 11 was white and was believed to be to 5 feet 6 inches tall.

Police said the victim’s race and height were determined following an extensive exam by a forensic anthropologist.

The legs were discovered by several fishermen between the Hepburn Street pump station and Maynard Street, police said.

Both feet were covered with white, Polo Jeans-brand ankle socks.

Police continue to try to identify the victim and how she might have died.