Woman’s Remains Identified After Homeless Person Was Seen Carrying Her Skull

Woman’s Remains Identified After Homeless Person Was Seen Carrying Her Skull
Woman Remains Identified Homeless Person Skull

A Sacramento woman’s remains were identified two years after a homeless person was seen walking around with her skull on a stick, RadarOnline.com has learned.

According to Fox 40, Sacramento investigators found the body of Mai Ker That, 26, in an abandoned homeless encampment in October 2016.

While the homeless woman is still a person of interest, police have not discovered what happened to Mai Ker That.

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“We’re trying to find out what she was doing and who she was with the last week of her life, and that’s our missing place in her timeline,” Sacramento Police Department Detective Scot Krutz told the outlet. “And that could lead us to what happened ultimately in the end.”

The woman’s family provided DNA samples for investigators.

Mai Ker That’s sister, Mai Dai Thao, told the outlet that the now-deceased woman began to fall apart after she suffered a heartbreaking miscarriage years ago.

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“She was never the same anymore. She distanced herself from us,” she said.

No suspects have been identified in relation to Mai Ker That’s mysterious death.

Stay with Radar for updates.

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