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Kimster

Do you know of a little girl missing before 1983? Found in #StLouis #Missouri

On the morning of February 28, 1983, two men were rummaging through the basement of an abandoned apartment building at 5635 Clemens Avenue in St. Louis. They made a gruesome discovery, the body of a young black girl. Due to the lack of blood at the scene, police concluded that she had been killed elsewhere. Police checked local missing child reports, but could not discover the girl's identity. Simply named "Jane Doe," she became the subject of a dogged investigation, to discover who would murder her and who she was to begin with. She was eventually interred in Washington Park Cemetery nine months after her death. At the time of her death, "Jane Doe" was about 8-11 years old. She had a medium to dark complexion, and was about 4'10" tall and weighed 70 pounds. She had no scars, deformities, or any other infirmities, and appeared well-nourished. She was wearing a yellow V-necked sweater at the time of her death and her fingernails had two coats of red nail polish.

Do you know of a little girl missing before 1983? Found in #StLouis #Missouri
Kimster, Jun 20, 2015
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