SWEET HOME, Ore. (AP) — Authorities are seeking the public’s help to identify human remains found last month in the Willamette National Forest. The Oregonian/OregonLive reports investigators have determined the remains belonged to a woman between ages 30 and 50. They were discovered in early April near Gordon Road, east of Sweet Home. Investigators said the woman had short, wavy brown hair and had likely been there between two months and one year. Investigators also found an extra-small purple athletic jacket, a teal camisole, blue jeans and size 9.5 black boots near the body. Investigators are waiting for results of a DNA test.