Police in Florida said that a burnt body found in an alleyway belonged to a certain woman.

NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Investigators in Florida have established the identity of the lady whose burning body was found in an alleyway last week.

After firemen put out a fire in the alley at around 12:30 a.m. on Thursday in St. Petersburg, Heather Elizabeth Olmstead, 31, was found dead behind 2920 Emerson Avenue South, according to the St. Petersburg Police Department.

According to the police, the body was discovered after the flames were put out.

Olmstead reportedly lived in Gulfport and Clearwater in the past, according to county documents acquired by FOX13 Tampa . According to the archives, her most recent temporary description was from December 2021.

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Olmstead, 31, was identified as the body found on fire in an alleyway in St. Petersburg, Florida, last week. Police were continuing to investigate her death.

According to officials, Olmstead’s body was “burned beyond recognition,” as stated by WFLA-TV.

Olmstead’s death and its circumstances, as well as its cause, were not immediately made public.
Investigation into the deceased is still ongoing.

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