ST. PETERSBURG, FL — Detectives have identified a woman’s burned body that was found in the alley behind 2920 Emerson Ave. S. last week and are seeking leads about her death, authorities said.
The victim was 31-year-old Heather Elizabeth Olmstead, according to a St. Petersburg police news release.
St. Petersburg Fire Rescue responded to a call about a fire in the alley overnight Thursday, police said. Once the fire was out, they noticed Olmstead’s body.
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Heather Elizabeth Olmstead’s burned body was found in a St. Pete alley last week. Police are seeking leads in her death. (Courtesy of St. Pete Police)
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 727-893-7780 or text SPPD and your tip to TIP411.
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Woman’s Burned Body Identified In St. Petersburg: Police
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