FORT MYERS (CBSMiami/AP) — Technological advances aren’t exclusive to cell phones, televisions and computers.

New technology could help Florida investigators identify a woman whose body was found nearly 24 years ago.

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Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers, part of the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, reports an examination of her remains, along with technological advances, has allowed a forensic artist to render what they believe she looked like.

The woman is believed to have been in her mid-40s when she died. Authorities say she was pulled from the water near York Island, off the southern end of Pine Island, in October 1995.

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Investigators believe she was around 5-foot-2 inches (157-centimeters) in height and had sustained fractures and surgeries in an ankle and her skull.

Authorities ask anyone with information on who this woman may be to call 1-800-780-TIPS (8477) for a cash reward of up to $3,000.

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