Police ID human remains found in Kitchener
Paul Johnston , cp24.com
Published Tuesday, January 29, 2013 5:09PM EST
Last Updated Tuesday, January 29, 2013 5:24PM EST
Waterloo Regional Police have identified the woman whose torso was discovered in a garbage bin in Kitchener over the weekend.
Police say the remains were found Saturday behind an apartment building in the city's north end.
On Tuesday, Olaf Heinzel, public affairs coordinator for Waterloo Regional Police, said the remains are that of 24-year-old Kelsey Louise Felker, of Kitchener.
Heinzel said he did not believe that Felker had been reported missing and that she did not live in the building where her remains were discovered.
Police have not said if any other body parts have been found.
A cause of death has not yet been determined, Heinzel added. A police command post remains setup at 250 Frederick St.
Over the weekend, police released an image taken from the Internet of a T-shirt similar to one they said Felker was wearing.
The short-sleeved black T-shirt had the words "Forget princess I want to be a vampire" written on the front.
Police said information received from the public regarding the T-shirt played an important role in identifying the victim.
No arrests have been made, Heinzel said.