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DO YOU KNOW ME? "Smurfette" Jane Doe #Texas 2012

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is asking for help identifying the body of a teen girl found in the Houston area who might be from San Antonio or Austin. Investigators believe “Jane Houston Doe” died in September; she was found Oct. 16. The cause of death is undetermined. She was wearing a blue Smurfette T-shirt and size 5 cargo pants; her long, dark curly-wavy hair was held off her face with a bobby pin. She's believed to be of mixed-race ancestry and 15 to 17 years old. She had a pronounced overbite and dental fillings in three lower molars.

DO YOU KNOW ME?  "Smurfette" Jane Doe  #Texas  2012
Kimster, Apr 28, 2015