LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles County coroner’s office says a human skull found this month in Griffith Park near the Hollywood sign belonged to a woman older than 20.

Two hikers stumbled on the skull March 19 about 400 feet from the Brush Canyon trail near the iconic sign.

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Coroner’s Captain John Kadus said Sunday that a forensic anthropologist has determined the woman’s death occurred between 1 and 10 years ago.

City News Service reports the skull is known only as Jane Doe 22.

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Other body parts have not been located.

Covering 6 ½ square miles in the eastern Santa Monica Mountain range, Griffith Park is considered the largest municipal park in the nation.

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