the to has in as be to the to said on it Cops: Identity of woman found dead in S. Plainfield lake remains a mystery ByJARED KALTWASSER Staff Writer SOUTH PLAINFIELD -One -One week after a body was discovered discovered floating in Spring Lake, borough police say the woman's identity and the details surrounding her death remain a mystery. At 9:36 a.m. Aug. 8, a borough police officer found a nude female body floating in Spring Lake. The park was closed for the morning and authorities authorities called the Middlesex County Medical Examiner to perform an autopsy. South Plainfield police Lt. James Parker said investigators investigators received a few phone calls about the case immediately after the news broke. Since then, however, the tips have dried up. "Other than that first day, that was basically it," Parker said. "I was a little surprised, personally. You would think that someone would call on that." Parker said investigators have been looking through missing persons reports to try to match the body. But he said that's a difficult task because the body is badly decomposed. Parker said the lack of tips was particularly surprising surprising because the body was found in a high-traffic high-traffic high-traffic high-traffic park. "A lot of people walk in there, and that's what's a little bit unusual," he said. Spring Lake Park is part of the Middlesex County Park System. The 121-acre 121-acre 121-acre facility, with its five-acre five-acre five-acre What you can do: Anyone with information about the dead woman found Aug. 8 in Spring Lake Park in South Plainfield is asked to call the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office at (732) 745-3332. 745-3332. 745-3332. Spring Lake, is open from sunrise to sunset every day. The park is just a block east of the South Plainfield Police Department. A spokesperson for the Middlesex County Prosecutor Prosecutor confirmed the lack of progress Tuesday, saying, saying, "There's nothing new." JaredKaltwasser can be reached at (908) 707-3137 707-3137 707-3137 or jkaltwassegannettcom.