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CA PLACER JANE DOE: W/HF, 16-22, found in Sierra foothills of Colfax, CA - 10 Feb 1990

Discussion in 'Unidentified 1990 to 1999' started by Kimster, Mar 29, 2017.

  1. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

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    On February 10, 1990, the remains of an unidentified female were discovered in the wooded terrain of the Sierra foothills off Yankee Jims Road in Colfax, Placer County, California. Based on the condition of the remains, it is believed that the Jane Doe had been deceased 3-6 months prior to recovery. She is believed to be a mixture of Caucasian and Hispanic and in her late teenage years. The decedent had a scar to the right side of her chest, and may have had prior cyst removal surgery or injury to her tailbone. She had 3 ear piercings in her left ear and a small tattoo of a green cross on her upper left chest. She had short dark brown hair with possible red tones. The decedent was found wearing a light colored tank top - size Large, blue shorts with pockets, white socks, and white high-top tennis shoes with white and black laces - size 4 (“LA GEAR” brand). The jewelry found on the decedent consisted of a 17” pearl necklace with 14K gold clasp, and 3 stud earrings in her left ear: gold stud in cartilage, green stud in the middle earlobe, silver stud in the lower earlobe. Two size 5 Mother of Pearl rings and insulin-type syringes were also located near the remains. The reconstruction featured above is an artist’s rendering of what the Jane Doe may have looked like. The additional photo has been enhanced to aid in visual identification and may not reflect the original case file image. Anyone with information should contact the Placer County Sheriff’s Department, reference case number SO9002100123 or the Placer County Coroner, reference case number SO9002100046.

    http://www.missingkids.com/poster/NCMU/1103877/1

    https://identifyus.org/cases/6325

    http://www.crimewatchers.net/forum/...hen-she-fell-in-the-sierra-nevadas-1990.2125/

     
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  2. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Her necklace:

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  3. DaisyChains

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  6. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

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    I sure can see it, too! The only thing is the race, but they've gotten that wrong before. And there's no DNA test on our Doe to prove otherwise. No rule outs, either. Want to submit her and see?
     
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  7. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

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    On February 10, 1990 the remains of an unidentified female were found in a wooded area of the Sierra Foothills off Yankee Jims Road in #Colfax, California. It is believed she had been deceased for 3-6 months and that she had been hiking prior to her death.

    The Jane Doe is believed to be of mixed race (Caucasian and Hispanic) and in her late teens/early twenties. She had short dark brown hair with possible red tones. She had a surgical scar near her tail bone, possibly from a cyst removal and a scar on her upper outer right breast. She had a small tattoo of a green cross on her upper left chest.

    The Jane Doe was found wearing a light colored tank top, blue hiking shorts and white high-top tennis shoes with black and white laces ("LA Gear" brand, size 4).

    The jewelry found on the decedent consisted of a 17" pearl necklace and 3 stud earrings in her left ear (a gold stud in the cartilage, a green stud in the middle earlobe and a silver stud in the lower earlobe).

    Two size 5 Mother of Pearl rings and insulin-type syringes were also located.

    If you have any information that could lead to the identification of the Jane Doe, please contact #NCMEC at 1-800-THE-LOST.
     
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