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CANADA NAPANEE JANE DOE: WF, 18-25, in ditch near Napanee, ON - 30 December 1983 - Farini jeans

Discussion in 'Unidentified 1980 to 1989' started by Romulus, Apr 29, 2019.

  1. Romulus

    Romulus In the earth of missing person

    The Doe Network:
    Case File 438UFON

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    Reconstruction of Victim

    Unidentified White Female
      • The victim was discovered on December 30, 1984 in Napanee, Ontario, Canada
      • Estimated Date of Death: Between April and November 1983
      • Skeletal Remains
      • Cause of Death was blunt-force injury to the head, severe trauma to the left side of the skull.
    Vital Statistics
      • Estimated age: 18 - 25 years old
      • Approximate Height and Weight: 5'5"- 5'6"(165-168 cm); 121 - 130 lbs. (55-58 kg)
      • Distinguishing Characteristics: Light brown to dark blonde hair, short in length (8 cm). Slim to medium build.
      • Clothing: FARINI brand blue jeans size 28 ½" by leg inseam 31 ½"; "Tee Time" brand black and brown/beige leopard/animal-skin designed, long-sleeved blouse, Shirt laces at the back. She was not wearing shoes or underclothing.
      • Fingerprints: Not Available
      • Dentals: Available. Extensive dental work with several fillings in her teeth including a a root canal forensic experts believe was done when she was around eight.
      • DNA : Available
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    Case History
    The victim was located by a jogger in a ditch along a country road near Napanee, Ontario. The road has been described as sparsely traveled. It is located approximately four (4) kilometers north of the Palace Road exit of Highway 401 about five or six kilometers away from the 401 in a swampy area (Ernestown Township, R.R #4, Napanee, Ontario).
    Five years after the discovery, police circulated photos of a full-size mannequin dressed in clothing identical to those worn by the deceased. It is believed that the remains are not of a local resident but rather those of someone murdered elsewhere, possibly in Quebec, and dumped at this location.
    Police have exhaustively searched missing persons reports in Canada and the United States. Police have also checked dental records with more than 140 dentists located between Belleville and Cornwall as well as in Quebec.

    Investigators
    If you have any information about this case please contact:
    Ontario Provincial Police
    Director of Criminal Investigation Branch
    705-329-6950 or Toll-Free at 1-888-310-1122

    You may remain anonymous when submitting information.

    Agency Case Number:
    955-10-1990-115

    Source Information:
    Ontario Provincial Police
    OPP
    Intlligencer
    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/438ufon.html

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