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The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) Female White / Caucasian Date Body Found: January 1, 1994 Location Found: Tampa, Florida Estimated Age Range: 11-15 Years Case Information Case Numbers NCMEC Number: -- ME/C Case Number: USF19-018 Demographics Sex: Female Race / Ethnicity: White / Caucasian Possible First Name: -- Possible Middle Name: -- Possible Last Name: -- Possible Nickname: -- Estimated Age Group: Adolescent Estimated Age Range (Years): 11-15 Estimated Year of Death: -- Estimated PMI: -- Height: Cannot Estimate Weight: Cannot Estimate Circumstances Type: Unidentified Deceased Date Body Found: January 1, 1994 NamUs Case Created: November 12, 2019 ME/C QA Reviewed: -- Location Found Map...
https://www.namus.gov/UnidentifiedPersons/Case#/16000/details Circumstances of Recovery: Unidentified female remains were found in Fort Wayne, IN on 05/15/1992. The remains were wrapped in a furniture cover in the basement of a vacant house at 3512 Reynolds Street. The decedent was pregnant at the time of her death. She may have been towards the end of her 2nd trimester or just entering her 3rd trimester at time of death. https://www.crimewatchers.net/media/shes-known-as-mary-jane-doe-she-was-found-wrapped-in-a-furniture-cover-in-fort-wayne-in-on-05-15-1992.264/ *CLICK THE REPORT BUTTON IF YOU'D LIKE THIS CASE MOVED TO THE GENERAL DISCUSSION AREA TO BE OPENED FOR COMMENTING.
1270UFOR - Unidentified Female Date of Discovery: February 23, 1970 Location of Discovery: Columbia County, Oregon Estimated Date of Death: 1 year prior State of Remains: Not recognizable - Partial skeletal parts only Cause of Death: Unknown Physical Description Estimated Age: 17-25 years old Race: Unknown Gender: Female Height: 5'3" to 5'7" Weight: Unknown Hair Color: Unknown, but a black, extremely curly, short afro-style wig was found with the remains. Eye Color: Unknown Distinguishing Marks/Features: Unknown Identifiers Dentals: Available. Fingerprints: Not available. DNA: Available. Clothing & Personal Items Clothing: Unknown Jewelry: Unknown Additional Personal Items: Unknown Circumstances of Discovery The victim's partially...
The victim's partial skeletal remains were located in Fox Park. It appears that the bones had been at the location for a long period of time. https://www.crimewatchers.net/media/janedoes-partial-skeletal-remains-were-located-in-fox-park-wyoming-in-1999-it-is-believed-shed-been-there-for-a-long-time.218/ CLICK THE REPORT BUTTON IF YOU'D LIKE THIS CASE MOVED TO THE GENERAL DISCUSSION AREA TO BE OPENED FOR COMMENTING.
The skeletal remains of Luzerne County Jane Doe were found near a remote Sugarloaf Township mine. Her cause of death was never determined but is presumed to have been homicide. Her remains had been left on the surface of the ground, and were estimated to have been at the location for up to two years. She was between 34 and 47 years old. A yellow shirt, reading "kiss my ass, I'm on vacation," women's underwear, sweatpants and boy's shoes were found. She had borne at least one child, and likely suffered from back pain and may have walked with a limp when alive. She had a significant number of missing teeth, and a fragment of metal unrelated to dental work was found in her jaw.
NamUs UP8110 https://www.namus.gov/UnidentifiedPersons/Case#/8110 Unidentified Body/Remains (Female) Found May 19, 2008 in Churchill County, NV Body Condition: Not recognizable-Partial skeletal parts only Probable year of death: to 2008 Vital Statistics Estimated age: 26-70 Approximate Height: cannot estimate Approximate Weight: cannot estimate Hair Color: Unknown Eye Color: Unknown Scars and marks: nothing Clothing & Accessories Clothing: Orange halter top Jewerly: nothing Footwear: nothing Accessories: nothing Case History: On 05/19/2008 at approximately 1300 hours, a passerby discovered skeletal fragments partially covered with dirt and gravel in a remote area of Churchill County, Nevada near US HWY 95 near mile marker 55. Law...
The body was found at 5PM on Emleys Hill Road in Upper Freehold, New Jersey, inside a suitcase. His death is considered suspicious, but not a homicide. Police believe he died of an overdose of alcohol and heroin and those with him panicked and dumped the body. The absence of warm clothing pointed to the possibility that the man died indoors and was transported to the location. The body had not been there for a long period of time because the bag was on top of the most recent snowfall. *CLICK THE REPORT BUTTON IF YOU'D LIKE THIS CASE MOVED TO THE GENERAL DISCUSSION AREA TO BE OPENED FOR COMMENTING.
1465UFCA - Unidentified Female Date of Discovery: January 6, 1985 Location of Discovery: Placer County, California Estimated Date of Death: 6 months or more prior State of Remains: Skeletal Cause of Death: Unknown Physical Description Estimated Age: 14-17 years old Race: White Sex: Female Height: Unknown Weight: Unknown Hair Color: Unknown Eye Color: Unknown Distinguishing Marks/Features: Unknown Identifiers Dentals: Not available. Fingerprints: Not available. DNA: Insufficient DNA for profiling. Clothing & Personal Items Clothing: Piece of rust-colored, possibly polyester, pant material. A second piece of rust-colored material, possibly piece of knit sweater. Both pieces of material were found near the skeletal remains. Jewelry...
Unidentified Person / NamUs #UP10056 https://www.namus.gov/UnidentifiedPersons/Case#/10056 Male, White / Caucasian Date Body Found: August 30, 2011 Location Found: Beaver Creek, Arizona Estimated Age Range: 30-50 Years Circumstances of Recovery: Subject was found deceased near stream bed by other hikers in area. Located off Forest Road 618H in the Beaver Creek camping area. Subject had property nearby and was fully clothed. Subject was overweight and did not appear to be in the area hiking. No identification on person or in property.
Date of Discovery: December 18, 1996 Location of Discovery: Annandale, Fairfax County, Virginia Estimated Date of Death: Hours prior State of Remains: Recognizable face Cause of Death: Suicide Physical Description Estimated Age: 50-70 years old Race: White Gender: Female Height: 5'0" Weight: 157 lbs. Hair Color: Auburn or red, almost a copper color, curly. Eye Color: Unknown Distinguishing Marks/Features: She had an 8-inch scar on her abdomen, probably from a C-section. Her fingernails were painted red. Identifiers Dentals: Available. Fingerprints: Available. DNA: Samples submitted - Tests not complete. Clothing & Personal Items Clothing: Teal all-weather Eddie Baur hooded jacket (size M), navy blue Classiques...
12UFFL - Unidentified Female Artistic renderings of the victim. Date of Discovery: December 20, 1987 Location of Discovery: Royal Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida Estimated Date of Death: Up to three years prior State of Remains: Not recognizable - Near complete or complete skeleton Cause of Death: Unknown Physical Description Estimated Age: 20-40 years old Race: White Gender: Female Height: 5'01" to 5'6" Weight: 90-130 lbs. Hair Color: Light brown with gray streaks. Eye Color: Unknown Distinguishing Marks/Features: She may have suffered a back injury or had severe arthritis. Fracture of the right clavicle. Identifiers Dentals: Available. The victim had extensive dental work. 8 fillings and extensive carries. Fingerprints: Not...
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 3-7 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. Chemical isotope testing on her bones suggest she was born...
1240UMNV - Unidentified Male Photograph of decedent. Date of Discovery: September 11, 2006 Location of Discovery: Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada Estimated Date of Death: Recent State of Remains: Recognizable face Cause of Death: Suicide by gunshot Physical Description Estimated Age: 25-40 years old Race: White Sex: Male Height: 6'0" Weight: 197 lbs. Hair Color: Brown; stubble present. Eye Color: Blue Distinguishing Marks/Features: Surgical scar on lower left abdomen, 4"-6" long. Birthmark above the left knee. Identifiers Dentals: Available. Natural teeth in fair repair. Fingerprints: Available. DNA: Available. Clothing & Personal Items Clothing: Gray Fruit of the Loom T-shirt, size XL; blue undershorts, Fruit of the Loom, size XL...
https://www.namus.gov/UnidentifiedPersons/Case#/6043 On July 19, 1972 the body of an unidentified woman was discovered in the eastern area of Hernando County, FL near Highway 50 and I-75. It is highly possible the woman had recently traveled from Alabama or north Florida. The white female is described as being 30 to 40 years of age, approximately 5`0" tall, 125-145 lbs., and short brown hair. She had six upper and six lower teeth. The woman was found wrapped in a bedspread with a distinctive pattern, possibly a "Pineapple Damask" print. There were three square corners and one rounded corner. *CLICK THE REPORT BUTTON IF YOU'D LIKE THIS CASE MOVED TO THE GENERAL DISCUSSION AREA TO BE OPENED FOR COMMENTING.
An unidentified deceased boy was found on February 26, 1999. His body was found in a wooded area near a small church cemetery on Clifton Springs Road in South DeKalb County, Georgia. The boy had been deceased for several months before he was found. He is estimated to have been between 4-8 years old at the time of his death in late 1998 to early 1999. He stood approximately 4’00” tall and weighed about 50 pounds. The child was found wearing a blue plaid and navy hooded sweatshirt (size XL), red denim jeans (size 3), and Timberland boots (size 11). Images of the shoes and sweatshirt are featured above. Advance forensic analysis of his teeth and bones suggest that he was born and raised in the Southeastern United States, most likely from...
The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) Namus #UP61263 Date Body Found March 29, 2011 ME/C Case Number SR117490 Sex Female Race/Ethnicity White/Caucasian Estimated Age Group Adult - Pre 60 Estimated Age Range 45-55 Height 5' 0"-5' 6"(60-66 inches) , Estimated Weight 100-110 lbs, Estimated Location Arvin, California 93203 County Kern County Circumstances of Recovery: Decedent was located in a grape vineyard. Condition of Remains: Not recognizable - Partial remains with soft tissues Scar/marks: mastectomy scar, left breast Clothing: Decedent was found with no clothing. *CLICK THE REPORT BUTTON IF YOU'D LIKE THIS CASE MOVED TO THE GENERAL DISCUSSION AREA TO BE OPENED FOR COMMENTING.
Partial skeletal remains of the victim were located on September 1, 1980 after flood waters receded on the Ohio River near Carrollton. On November 11, 1980, additional remains were found on the riverbank behind Kentucky Utilities Plant in Ghent. It is believed that both sets of remains may belong to the same individual. In May 2017, a potential link between the remains and missing Constable George Hawkins was discovered. Hawkins disappeared in 1961 and is believed to have been killed by mobsters and bore a resemblance to the reconstruction of this victim. Hawkins was later excluded from the case. Doe Network - http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1868umky.html 1 official rule-out of George Hawkins. See his CW thread here...
On November 1, 1980, the body of an unidentified female was located along the northbound lanes of Interstate 45, approximately ½ mile south of exit 1696 in Walker County, Texas. The decedent is described as a well-nourished white female. She had brown hair, approximately 10 inches in length. She had pierced ears and her toenails were painted pink. She had a small scar at the right end of her right eyebrow. She was found wearing a gold colored necklace with a rectangular pendant containing a smoky glass stone. A pair of red, leather strapped, high heeled shoes was found near the body. The decedent may have been traveling to the Ellis Prison Unit in Huntsville, Texas. The reconstruction featured above is an artist’s rendering of what she...
The decedent was found in the vacant parking lot of the old El Rancho property. She was found partially disrobed lying face down. She had no identification on her person. https://www.namus.gov/UnidentifiedPersons/Case#/159 https://www.crimewatchers.net/media/sahara-sue-is-the-informal-nickname-given-to-a-murder-victim-who-was-found-in-las-vegas-nevada-on-august-14-1979.392/ *CLICK THE REPORT BUTTON IF YOU'D LIKE THIS CASE MOVED TO THE GENERAL DISCUSSION AREA TO BE OPENED FOR COMMENTING.

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