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DO YOU KNOW ME? I was found in a #Chicago alley in 1994 #ILLINOIS

On May 25, 1994, this woman's body was found in the alley at 4837 S. Champlain in the South Side of Chicago. She was found naked from the waist down except for 1 sock. She was wearing a pink body suit and a black bra. She wore a black ribbon in the hair. An offender, who has been charged with her murder, alleged that she was working as a prostitute when he picked her up at 63rd & Kimbark. She was a black female, between 20 and 30 years old, stood 5 feet 0 inches tall, and weighed 115 pounds. Her shoulder length black hair was pulled into a ponytail. She had stretch marks on her abdomen indicating prior childbirth. Nearly 21 years after her death, she remains UNIDENTIFIED. (by CK, used by permission)

DO YOU KNOW ME?  I was found in a #Chicago alley in 1994 #ILLINOIS
Kimster, May 30, 2015