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Who is #Washington's Clark County Jane Doe? It's believed she may have died in the late 70s. Medical Examiner & one of our members seek your help in identifying her! #PlsRT

The girl was found in a wooded area near Fly Creek in Clark County, and the medical examiner believes she was somewhere between 13 and 18 years old when she died. Detectives believe she died in the late 1970s. If you have any idea who the girl or her killer might be, all the sheriff’s office’s cold-case tip line at (360) 397-2036, or the Clark County medical examiner at (360) 397-2595.

Who is #Washington's Clark County Jane Doe?  It's believed she may have died in the late 70s.  Medical Examiner & one of our members seek your help in identifying her!  #PlsRT
Kimster, Dec 28, 2016