Delray Beach police release images after unidentified woman's remains found in multiple suitcase

– Human remains of an unidentified woman were discovered in three separate suitcases in Delray Beach, Florida.

– The victim is described as a white or Hispanic middle-aged woman, approximately 5'4" tall, with brown hair.

– The homicide is believed to have occurred between July 17 and July 20, and the suitcases with the remains were placed into the Intracoastal Waterway during that time.

Delray Beach police released images of the suitcases, one being a "purple Palm Springs Ricardo Beverly Hills bag,"

and the other a "green and black polka dot Charlie Sport bag."

– An artist's rendering of the victim was also released, showing her in clothing similar to what she was found wearing.

The Delray Beach Police Department urges the public to review footage from their personally-owned surveillance cameras along ...

the waterway during the specified timeframe for any unusual individuals, vehicles, or anyone with luggage.

– The forensic imaging unit of the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office produced the reconstructed image of the victim.

– Detectives believe the homicide is an isolated incident and are seeking information from the public to identify the victim.

– Anyone with information about the case is encouraged to contact Delray Beach Police Detective Mike Liberta at 561-243-7874.