Investigators have made some determinations related to the sawed-off legs found along the Susquehanna River in Williamsport back in May. Police now say the legs belong to an adult, white woman who ranged from 5 feet tall to 5 feet 6 inches tall. Investigators previously said the woman’s toenails were painted pink, and that both feet had white Polo Jeans brand ankle socks on them. The deteriorated remains appeared to be several months old, and an initial search of the scene did not result in any other remains being found. Police are treating this as a homicide investigation, but the Lycoming County Coroner isn’t ready to rule on the manner of death, just yet. The Coroner say the additional testing on the legs, including DNA testing, could take months or even years.