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Kimster

Who was this little girl found in 2012? #Opelika #Alabama 2012

Skeletal remains of a little girl were found on January 28, 2012 at a trailer park on Hurst Street in Opelika, Alabama which falls in Lee County. It’s estimated the child had been deceased between 8 months and 2 years placing date of death between 2010 – 2012. She is estimated to be 4-7 years old and had medium length black hair styled in small tight curls. Her height, weight, and eye color cannot be determined. An anthropological assessment of her bones suggest she had likely been abused and malnourished in life. A long-sleeve pink shirt with heart buttons and small ruffles near the neckline was recovered near the skeletal remains but it is unknown if it belonged to the child. The images above are a facial reconstruction completed by a NCMEC Forensic Artist and depict what the child may have looked like in life.

Who was this little girl found in 2012?  #Opelika #Alabama 2012
Kimster, Dec 9, 2016
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