KALAMAZOO COUNTY, Mich. — Michigan State Police have identified the woman called a "Living Jane Doe" who was found in Kalamazoo County on Thursday.
Police say the woman has been identified as Takai Crute, 22, of Kalamazoo.
Police say that Crute was found by a hiker in the Al Sabo land preserve in Texas Township on Thursday around 6 p.m.
She was found with a garbage bag of clothing and no identification. She was taken to Bronson Hospital in Kalamazoo for medical care and evaluation.
Police say that she was unable to communicate with authorities and they were unable to identify her.
Police say they were flooded with tips about Crute's identity. She was identified on Sunday, April 23.
Crute is in good health, according to police. She is in the care of Adult Protective Services.
"As we continue to investigate the circumstances of this incident, we are not releasing any further details which could compromise the integrity of our overall efforts," Michigan State Police representatives wrote in a release. "We are hoping to wrap this case up as quick as possible and will, at that time, provide more context regarding this investigation."
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