Human remains found earlier this month have been identified, according to Saskatoon police.

The female remains were recovered Nov. 14 after police received information four days earlier that led to their discovery.

Police have yet to release details on where the remains were found, but said in a media release Thursday the coroner’s office, a forensic anthropologist, RCMP cold case investigators and Corman Park police officers all helped Saskatoon police excavate the area.

An autopsy was conducted after the remains were recovered and a recent DNA test confirmed her identity.

Saskatoon police major crimes and missing persons investigators have since been working to determine the circumstances surrounding her disappearance and death, the police media release stated.

Her name has yet to be released.