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Woman found dead in Fairmount identified

The 'Jane Doe' sketch and keys found on the body. (CPD) The 'Jane Doe' sketch and keys found on the body. (CPD)
FAIRMOUNT, OH (FOX19) -

Family members helped Cincinnati Police identified the woman found dead in a Fairmount driveway last week.

Shatevia Nelson's death is considered ‘suspicious’ and is under investigation by the homicide unit. Her body was discovered lying in the 1500 block of Knox Street on April 2.

Police were unable to identify the woman's body until Saturday. On Friday, police released a sketch of the woman hoping someone would help identify her. They also released photos of a set of keys found on her in an effort to identify her body. One of the key chains has an inscription of “footprints in the sand” on one side and “Whenever a door closes, God opens a window” on the opposite side.

Investigators said they had attempted to identify the woman via the key chain's Kroger and Speedway cards with no luck. on the other side. They said all other avenues where explored before turning to the public for help.

Investigators ask anyone with information about the case to call the criminal investigation unit at 513-352-3542. Callers can remain anonymous. 

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