AVONDALE, AZ - Police are asking for the public's help identifying a woman who was found dead in Avondale Sunday morning.
Police spokesman Brandon Busse said the woman was found around 8:40 a.m. near 108th Avenue and Indian School Road.
Busse said police are investigating the woman's death as a homicide.
Authorities said the identity of the victim is still unknown. At this time there is no suspect information and it is unknown if this was a random act of violence.
Busse said the woman was wearing jogging clothes when she was killed.
If anyone has any information they are urged to contact the Avondale Police Department at (623)333-7380 or they can contact silent witness at 480-WITNESS if they wish to remain anonymous.
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