Police Hope These Rings Will Identify Remains in Ridley Creek State Park

Do you recognize this jewelry?

Photos provided by Pennsylvania State Police

Photos provided by Pennsylvania State Police

Pennsylvania State Police have released photos of three rings found among skeletal remains in Media’s Ridley Creek State Park, and investigators hope that someone will recognize the jewelry and come forward.

“The rings are unique,” said police in a statement issued on Monday. “One ring is a Claddagh ring. The second ring has an engraving on it. The third ring has a green stone.” (A Claddagh ring is an Irish ring that is commonly used as a friendship ring or an engagement or wedding ring.)

A hiker found the skeletal remains on New Year’s Day, and police have said that they belong to a thin white female in her 20s or late teens. She is further described as approximately five feet, three inches tall with blonde or light brown hair and a shoe size of nine.

Upper Darby Police Superintendent Mike Chitwood had told a local newspaper that the remains might be those of Amanda De Guio, the Drexel Hill mother of two who has been missing since June 2014, but that turned out not to be the case.

Anyone with information about the remains found in Ridley Creek State Park is asked to call Pennsylvania State Police at 484-840-1000.

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