NEW JERSEY: An AMBER Alert has been issued for 5-year-old Dulce Alavez, abducted from a park in Bridgeton on Monday, September 16.
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#JaneDoe was wearing this teddy bear watch when her remains were found in a Highland Park #MICHIGAN alley IN 1996. DO YOU KNOW HER?
On May 20, 1996 an unidentified female was found in Highland Park, Michigan. She was found in an alley behind 387 Cortland St. The female is estimated to be in her late teens, early twenties and biracial with a mix of black and white ancestry. She had brown eyes and dark brown curly hair that sat just above her shoulders. The hair was pulled back into a ponytail with a white bow. The female stood 5’03” tall and weighed approximately 191 pounds. She had freckles on her face and an old small horizontal scar under her right kneecap. The female had long fingernails that were painted with purple polish. Her toenails were also cared for and painted with pink polish. The female had seen a dentist in life as three dental fillings were seen. She was found clothed wearing a white t-shirt with yellow smiley faces and red lip prints.
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