Saskatoon police have identified human remains that were found earlier this month and have determined it is the body of a missing woman.
They were led to her body on Nov. 10, but police did not want to release that information to the public until DNA testing was done.
According to police, the testing helped investigators determine who the woman was, while an autopsy revealed the circumstances surrounding her death.
However, police are not saying who the woman is, how she died or where her body was found. A news release indicates that more information will be released on Friday.
Saskatoon police worked with the officer of the chief coroner, forensic anthropologist Ernie Walker, the RCMP Cold Case Major Crime Unit and the Corman Park Police Service, the SPS Major Crime and Missing Persons Unit.