NIAGARA FALLS, ONT. (WIVB) - Police are hoping new leads will emerge about a gruesome mystery in the Niagara River.
Niagara Regional Police held a news conference Tuesday afternoon, hoping someone comes forward about a woman's torso that was recently found near the Rainbow Bridge. Police on both sides of the border are investigating.
The woman has yet to be identified. She's believed to be anywhere from 31- to 55-years-old and had a pierced navel. Police believe she fell victim to foul play.
Canadian authorities say the woman has been ruled out of the 50 or so missing person cases on their side of the border and believe the woman may be from the U.S. Anyone with information is asked to call Niagara Regional Police.
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