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Human remains identified as missing Wylie woman

by | Apr 6, 2022 | Uncategorized

Partial human remains found on February 26 in Sachse were identified as a missing Wylie female.

On Thursday, March 31, the Dallas County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed the skeletal remains found in a creek bed in the 4500 block of Merritt Rd, belonged to Faiza Fahad.

According to police, she was last seen on May 12, 2021 around 9:55 a.m. when she voluntarily left her residence at the 2100 block of Central Park Drive in Wylie.

At the time, Fahad was seen walking southbound on Woodbridge Parkway. Nearby residents were asked to check their security cameras to see if they could assist police in locating her.

Wylie Police said she did not take her cell phone with her.

Faiza Fahad

Fahad’s remains were initially discovered in February by a contracting crew who was performing general land maintenance and clearing near Merritt Road in Sachse. At the request of the Sachse Police Department, Wylie Police Crime Scene Unit responded to assist in the investigation of the human remains.

At this time, no cause of death has been determined and the investigation is ongoing.

The Wylie Police Department, Sachse Police Department, Dallas County Medical Examiner’s Office and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) are all working together to identify additional information that will lead to the recovery of any additional remains belonging to Fahad and/or her cause of death.

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