Written by John Starkey
On July 17, at approximately 6:45 a.m., officers responded to Baylor Medical Center in order to investigate the report of a deceased female being dropped off at the emergency room doors.
When officers arrived they learned that two Hispanic males drove up to the emergency room doors and gained the attention of hospital personnel. The males directed them to their truck, where they located a Hispanic female who was unresponsive. The female was taken into the emergency room and pronounced deceased.
Investigators have been unable to identify the female and learned that the men who brought her to the hospital drove away as she was being treated and taken into the hospital; therefore, investigators have been unable to speak with them. Investigators are asking for assistance in identifying the female and locating the men who dropped her off at the hospital.
The deceased is described as a Hispanic female between 20 to 30 years of age, about 5’6”, weighing 175 lbs., with long brown hair and brown eyes. She has a mole on her right cheek just under her right eye and has a large tattoo on her upper left chest. The tattoo says, “If I should die before I wake, I pray the Lord my soul to Take,” with praying hands toward the bottom of the tattoo.
The males arrived in a dark blue or black Ford Ranger. They are both described as Hispanic males in their late 30’s. One was wearing a black tank top t-shirt with black shorts and the other was wearing a black t-shirt with dark jeans.
The cause of death is unknown pending toxicology results from the Medical Examiner’s Office. There were no visible signs of trauma to the deceased female. Investigators say the men who dropped her off are not suspects at this point and would like to speak with them.
If anyone has information that would help identify the female or the men who dropped her off, they are asked to contact the Irving Police Department at 972-273-1010.
Source: Irving Police Department