York Co. Sheriff's Office asks for help identifying woman found dead near creek

Deputies with the York County Sheriff's Office are asking for help identifying a woman who was found dead in a Fort Mill Creek on Thursday. 
Around 10:00 a.m. reports came in to the Sheriff's Office concerning a person lying near a creek of Doby's Bridge Rd. in Fort Mill near the Lancaster County line. 
Upon investigating, deputies discovered the body of a woman described as a young, possibly within her mid-20’s, with a medium-tone skin complexion, 5’3”, about 130 pounds with brown eyes. Her ethnicity is not yet known. 
The woman had pearl earrings in her ears, and she was wearing a gold necklace with a charm that reads “Happy” made by Jook and Nona. She was also wearing two silver rings on her right hand. 
The victim also had some distinctive tattoos: one, the letter "Q" with the playing card image of a spade beneath, is located on her right arm. Another is a heart on her left wrist. On her back right shoulder is a design what appears to be a cursive “H," and on her right shoulder is a crescent moon with a star that reads “Naveed Mahmood”. 
Anyone that could help identify this woman or who has additional information concerning her death is asked to call the York County Sheriff’s Office at either 803-628-3056 or Crime Stoppers of York County at 1-877-409-4321. 
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