Pennsylvania State Police have released new information about the body found at Presque Isle State Park Saturday morning. 

Duck hunters discovered the body along the shoreline near the East Pier around 8:30 a.m.. It was found tangled in bushes in the water, and a boat was used to remove the body from the water. 

The Erie County Coroner pronounced the woman dead at the scene.

There were no immediate signs of injury to the woman, according to State Police.

No identification was found on the body. It's unknown if the victim may have been homeless or staying at a shelter.

The body is that of a woman who was between 60-70 years old, according to State Police. She is approximately 5' 5" tall and 135 pounds with shorter gray and white hair. The woman was dressed in multiple layers of thermal underwear top and bottom. She was wearing a blue hooded jacket, winter ankle-high boots and a ring on her left hand.

State Police will be handling the investigation.

Anyone who has information about any missing persons or who may know the identity of the victim is asked to call investigators at 814-898-1641.