Breast Implants used to Identify Slain Model Jasmine Fiore

Duncan Riley

A spokesperson for the Orange County, CA, District Attorney's office has told TMZ that since murdered model, Jasmine Fiore's teeth and fingers have not been found yet, her breast implants were used to identify her remains.

Breast implants, like most medical devices or implants, have a unique serial number that is used to identify the device. That serial number is also kept on record and connected to the person's identity to which the device is associated with. Since Fiore's remains had the teeth and fingers removed before the body was hidden, the Coroner and police could not empherically identify the remains using dental records or finger prints.

Former reality TV star and ex-husband of Fiore, Ryan Jenkins, has been named as a suspect in her murder and is believed to have fled across the coastal Canadian border from Washington State. Jenkins is a Canadian citizen and he also has money, so he knows how to, and has the means to evade capture.

The U.S. Marshalls Service is now offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to Jenkins whereabouts.

Story source: TMZ.