The Harris County Medical Examiner's Office is still searching for answers, in the case of a teen found dead on the side of the road in northwest Harris County last October.
Medical examiners believe that the girl, whose body was found in the 12700 block of Walters Road Oct. 16, is believed to be of both Caucasian and African-American ancestry.
Her body was discovered in a garbage bag on the side of the road. Officials said that her body was so badly decomposed that it has made identification extremely difficult.
Investigators said the girl was wearing a Smurfette t-shirt with the inscription "He Smurf's Me He Smurf's Me Not" on it, as well as a pair of size five cargo pants. She had dark wavy and curly hair held back from her face with a bobby pin, a pronounced overbite and three small fillings in her lower molars.
Investigators estimated the girl's death as 3 to 6 weeks prior to when her body was discovered.
Officials are pleading for the public's help in identifying the girl. Those with any information are urged to call the medical examiner's identification unit at 713-796-6774.