The family of a missing woman failed to identify the dismembered parts of a female body recovered from several districts in the New Territories over the past week, police said yesterday. A man who thought that distinguishing marks on the torso - which had been described in the press - bore a resemblance to those on the body of his 30-year-old former wife viewed the remains on Wednesday night. The man, together with his former wife's brother and sister, was escorted by detectives to the Fu Shan mortuary at Tai Wai to make an identification. His wife went missing last week. Police said further inquiries failed to match the missing woman with the victim. Two arms were discovered in a multi-storey car park in Tsuen Wan on Monday, and the naked torso was found at a rubbish collection point in Tin Shui Wai on Tuesday. The legs were uncovered behind a McDonald's restaurant in Sheung Shui on Wednesday. The head has not been discovered. Acting senior superintendent Peter Bacon, leading the investigation, said a number of new leads had been made but none of them had so far helped with identification. Postmortem results failed to reveal the cause of death but showed the woman had not been sexually assaulted.