Philadelphia woman murdered, dumped in park identified through tattoo

7 days ago

Philadelphia news, Pennsylvania news.

A Philadelphia woman’s body was dumped in Neshaminy State Park in Bucks County after she was stabbed to death, police said.

50-year-old Lisa Jennings was already dead, from multiple stabs and slash wounds to the neck, before she was left at the park where a passerby found her Saturday.

“The evidence at least points to her being murdered but rather in a location in Philadelphia,” Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub said.

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  • The family of the slain woman could identify her through a distinctive tattoo that she had on her arm.

    “I asked her, why are you getting that tattoo? What do you need a tattoo for?” Lisa’s brother told a local news outlet.

    “I guess at the time, it was probably just something to do. Whoever knew it would come to something like this.”

    Anyone with information regarding Jennings’ murder should call the Pennsylvania State Police at 215-942-3900.