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NV SAHARA SUE: WF, 17-25, found in Las Vegas, NV - August 1979 *GRAPHIC*

Discussion in 'Unidentified 1900 to 1979' started by Kimster, Jun 27, 2015.

  1. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

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    Date found August 14, 1979 00:00


    Local Contact (ME/C or Other)
    Agency Clark Cnty Coroner Ofc
    Phone 702-455-3210
    Case Manager
    Name Ashley Grygor
    Phone (702) 455-3210
    Demographics

    Minimum age 17 years
    Maximum age 25 years
    Race White
    Sex Female
    Weight (pounds) 103, Measured
    Height (inches) 66, Measured

    Probable year of death 1979 to 1979
    Estimated postmortem interval Hours
    Circumstances
    Location Found

    Address 1 Southwest corner of Sahara and Las Vegas Blvd.

    City Las Vegas
    State Nevada
    Zip code 89102
    County Clark
    Circumstances
    The decedent was found in the vacant parking lot of the old El Rancho property. She was found partially disrobed lying face down. She had no identification on her person. She was previously seen with an unknown white male nearby. She had no teeth. Upper denture present - lower denture plate missing.
    Physical

    Hair color Brown

    Left eye color Brown

    Right eye color Brown


    Fingerprints
    Status: Fingerprint information is available and entered
    Clothing and Accessories
    No clothing or accessories
    Clothing and accessories are described below
    Clothing on body
    Blue jeans, blue linen button up shirt with a tie up bottom with embroidered designs (photo in the images section)
    Jewelry
    White metal chain with clear pendant with a rose painted on it,
    White metal chain with a pendant containing a turquoise colored stone
    White metal plain ring
    (photos in the images section)

    Dental
    Status: Dental information / charting is available and entered
    DNA
    Status: Sample submitted - Tests complete

    *WARNING: GRAPHIC POSTMORTEM PICS AT LINK* https://identifyus.org/cases/159

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  2. DaisyChains

    DaisyChains Bronze Member

    This poor sweet girl. What is her name? Who is missing her? Going to share her info via social media. I remember that jewelry from reading of her case previously. Maybe someone will recognize it!
     
  3. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Thanks for the bump, Daiz :hug:

    I'm trying to add clothing and jewelry to our media gallery for easier social media access. :highfive:
     
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  4. DaisyChains

    DaisyChains Bronze Member

    Am currently creating a public figure page for her on Facebook! Let's get this ball rolling!

    :happydance:
     
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    DaisyChains Bronze Member

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    Kimster Director Staff Member

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  7. DaisyChains

    DaisyChains Bronze Member

    you too girlfriend! :woot:
     
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  8. DaisyChains

    DaisyChains Bronze Member

    a good potential lead on this Jane Doe was submitted recently!

    http://news3lv.com/news/local/las-vegass-oldest-cold-case-gets-a-new-lead

    Las Vegas’ oldest Cold Case gets a new lead
    BY JOHN TREANOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17TH 2016
    Sahara Sue, one of Las Vegas's oldest cold cases, may have a new lead (KSNV file)

    MORE MEDIA
    Jane Doe case, 10PM
    LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) — There is new light touching a case buried more than thirty years ago.
    The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s Cold Case Unit is pursuing new information on a murder mystery from 1979.




    They named her Sahara Sue. She was a Jane Doe found in an empty lot in August of 1979. Police believe she was somewhere between the ages of 16 and 21 when she was beaten and stabbed to death. She had dentures and there was pollen on her jacket which they later traced to Napa Valley or Central Valley, Calif.

    RELATED LINK |A Face on Jane Doe: New technology used in hopes of solving 1979 cold-case murder

    Not much else was known or made public about the case.

    That is, until August of 2016.

    37 years later, police say they have a lead that tells them the girl may have gone by the name Shauna or Shawna.

    That lead also tells them she may have worked at the Holiday Inn on Las Vegas Boulevard and possibly lived at a trailer park on East Lake Mead Boulevard.

    They are asking for any help with the case. If you know anything that may lead to the identity of the Jane Doe, you can call 1-800-THE-LOST.
     
  9. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    http://canyouidentifyme.org/ClarkNevadaJaneDoeAugust1979

    Clark Nevada Jane Doe August 1979

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    Doe Alias :
    Sahara Sue
    Date Found :
    Tuesday, August 14, 1979
    Location Found:
    Found in the parking lot of a closed casino at Las Vegas Boulevard South and Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada.
    County Found:
    Clark
    State Found:
    Nevada
    Est Date of Death:
    Approximately one day prior to discovery.
    Cause of Death:
    Homicide
    Sex:
    Female
    Race:
    Caucasian
    Age Minimum :
    15
    Age Maximum:
    25
    Height Minimum:
    5'6"
    Weight:
    100lbs
    Eye Color:
    Brown
    Hair Color:
    Brown
    Dental:
    Available: No teeth. Upper denture present when discovered. Lower denture missing.
    Clothing :
    Blue jeans. Green or blue-green blouse with floral designs and sequins.
    Jewelry:
    White metal ring on her right hand. White metal necklace with a clear plastic heart pendant with a rose painted on it. White metal chain with a pendant containing a turquoise colored stone.
    Additional Information :

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    DNA Available:
    Yes
    Fingerprints Available:
    Yes
    Contact Information:
    Clark County Coroners Office 1704 Pinto Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89106 (702) 455-3210
     
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    Akoya Bronze Member

  11. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    http://www.fox5vegas.com/story/32784014/las-vegas-police-get-new-lead-in-37-year-old-cold-case

    Las Vegas police get new lead in 37-year-old cold case
    Posted: Aug 17, 2016 6:58 PM EDT

    LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -

    The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has a new lead in a cold case from 1979 and is asking for the public's assistance in identifying a body.

    Las Vegas police said the body of a girl was found in a vacant parking lot on Aug. 14, 1979, at the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and West Sahara Avenue.

    Las Vegas police named her "Jane Sahara Doe".

    New information emerged as police received details on pollen grains taken from her clothing, the report said.

    Police said the Jane Doe may have spent time in Napa Valley or in the central valley areas of California before she came to Las Vegas. She may have lived in a trailer park community near East Lake Mead Boulevard and possibly have worked at the Holiday Inn or a motel on Las Vegas Boulevard.

    Police said her name may have been Shauna or Shawna.

    Jane Sahara Doe was possibly between the ages of 16 and 21 years old, the report said. She was 5' 6" tall and weighed about 100 pounds. Doe had brown hair and eyes.

    Police said she was wearing an upper denture and her lower partial denture was missing when her body was found. Her hands and feet were manicured and painted in red polish.

    The report said she was wearing blue jeans, a green blouse with red sequins in the front and back area, and several pieces of jewelry.

    She was wearing two white gold necklaces, one of which had a small silver cut-out leaf pendant with a small turquoise stone. The other necklace was a white gold chain with a plastic heart pendent. Police said she was also wearing a plain white gold ring on her index finger.

    If you have any information that may lead to the identity of Jane Sahara Doe, call 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678) or the Clark County Coroner's Office at 702-455-3210 or Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department at 702-828-3111.


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    A photo of Jane Sahara Doe.

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    A photo of Jane Sahara Doe's blouse she was wearing when police found her body on Aug. 14, 1979.
     
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  12. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    http://news3lv.com/news/special-rep...sed-in-hopes-of-solving-1979-cold-case-murder

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    LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) - It's a 36-year-old unsolved murder. A woman's body was found in a vacant dirt lot across from the Sahara Hotel on Aug. 14, 1979. To this day she is only known as Jane "Sahara Sue" Doe.

    But her case is kept alive because of the dedicated few who are passionate about solving the hundreds of cold cases in Clark County.

    "I mean is this important? Yeah, it's important. We've got an opportunity to make some changes," says former Clark County Coroner Mike Murphy. "There's more than one person that knows what happened to Sahara Sue. More than one."

    Jane "Sahara Sue" Doe was a white female, 5-foot-6, around 100 pounds, between 15 and 20 years old with brown hair and brown eyes.

    "One of the things special about her is that Sahara Sue didn't have any natural teeth," says Murphy. "She had just had dentures put in within a short period of time prior to her death."

    Murphy retired earlier this year, accepting a position in Virginia with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Murphy is now responsible for more than 700 unidentifiable children across the country.

    "They never stop looking. They never close a file until all of the work is done," he said.

    This past summer, the NCMEC selected Jane "Sahara Sue" Doe's case for review.

    "So think about it. You're looking at a case from 1979, and now you're applying the science of 2015 to those cases," Murphy said.

    The center created a new image of "Sahara Sue."

    "In Sahara Sue's case we were able to take the composite drawing, or the photograph, and make it so it appears that you are looking at someone who is a living person," Murphy said.

    New technology also led to a new breakthrough in the 36-year-old murder mystery.

    "Pollen is another science that we are using now," Murphy said. "We gather pollen on our clothes, and that's unique to certain areas."

    Pollen found on Jane "Sahara Sue" Doe's clothing was unique to the Central California Valley.

    "All of that information is funneled directly back to law enforcement and then they follow up on those leads," he said.

    Metro is on board. The department recently created its cold case unit, bringing back retired homicide Sgt. Ken Hefner as an investigator.

    "There are some that just stick with you that you wish you could have solved," says Hefner, who served Metro for 25 years. "You know, for people who do this stuff for a long time, it almost becomes a calling rather than a job."

    Jane "Sahara Sue" Doe's case is a thick binder about 6 inches deep, with evidence from day one to present. Hefner says it's believed she went to a nearby liquor store with a man before her death. A bottle of soda and liquor was found at the crime scene.

    "We were able to put here in the company of what may be the suspect, shortly before she was discovered dead," says Hefner, adding that it was the liquor store clerk who was able to put her in the company of a man.

    However, the challenge with cold case investigations is time. The clerk has since passed away from natural causes. And a suspect sketch published in the newspaper in 1979 didn't result in finding the person or people responsible.

    Jane "Sahara Sue" Doe's file is decades of clues to an incomplete puzzle.

    "She still remains unidentified, and that makes it difficult for us because we really don't have a starting point," says Hefner.

    "There's a mom or a dad that do not know where their child is," says Murphy. "And there is also something else. She still has the right to have justice. Someone took her life."

    Her finals moments were in the dark. But Jane "Sahara Sue" Doe's story is standing the test of time, thanks to those continuing the investigation from up above.

    "The light of hope burns bright," says Murphy. "And all we have to do is remember that."

    Anyone with information is asked to call the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's 24-hour hotline at 1-800-The-Lost.

    Metro's Cold Case Unit has a hotline at 702-828-8973 or ColdCaseHomicide@lvmpd.com. You can also call the Clark County Coroner's Office at 702-455-3210.
     
  13. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    http://csafd.proboards.com/thread/732/vegas-jane-doe-1979

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    Located on August 14, 1979 in Las Vegas, Nevada

    She was a victim of homicide

    Estimated Date of Death: 1 day prior

    Estimated age: 17 - 21 years old

    Approximate Height and Weight: 5'6"; 103 lbs.

    Distinguishing Characteristics: Light brown hair; brown eyes. Manicured nails, red nailpolish.

    Dentals: Upper Dentures, the anterior teeth are New Hue

    Biotone Plastic, mold in and shade 61 or62. The posterior teeth are 32 L a 33degree tooth. No lower dentures present, but no teeth either.

    Clothing: She wore blue, hiphugger jeans, a distinctive light blue shirt with red embroidery designs and sequens on the shirt. No shoes. She was wearing some silver jewelry. Two necklaces with a crystal heart shaped charm and one with turqouise stone, a white-gold ring on her right hand.

    Fingerprints: Aailable. Prints checked through local PD and FBI no matches in file.

    The body of this unidentified white female was found on the pavement of the old El Rancho Casino area, now a vacant lot 370 feet south of Sahara Avenue in Las Vegas, Nevada at approximately 2030 hours on 08/14/1979.

    She had what appeared to be multipile wounds to the abdomen.
    She was last seen with a white male at a liquor store shortly before she was found.

    doenetwork.org/cases/58ufnv.html
     
  14. spike

    spike Bronze Member

    Gut wrenching that one so young wore dentures.
     
  15. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sahara_Sue

    Sahara Sue is the informal nickname given to a murder victim who was found in Las Vegas, Nevada, on August 14, 1979. Her identity is not known. She was nicknamed "Sahara Sue" because her body was found near the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas, at the intersection of Sahara and Las Vegas avenues.[1] Recent developments indicate she may have used the name "'Shawna" or "Shauna" when she was alive.[2]

    The victim is also known by the fact that she was wearing an upper denturedespite her young age, but the lower denture was missing. She was photographed, reconstructed, fingerprinted, and had her DNA analyzed, yet she has remained unidentified for more than 30 years.

    Sahara Sue's body was found lying face down in a parking lot on August 14, 1979.[4] It was estimated that she had died three to four hours before being found.[3][5] She had been stabbed several times in the abdomen.[6]

    It was reported that a woman matching her description was seen with a white man prior to discovery of the body

    Sahara Sue was a white woman with brown eyes and wavy light brown hair. She was 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighed 100 – 105 pounds. Her age has been estimated to be between 15 and 30. She had no teeth and did wear at least one denture, as the maxillary piece was discovered in her mouth after the body was located. The mandibular piece was not recovered. The nails on her feet and hands had been manicured and painted with red polish.[4]

    She was wearing a shirt and hip-hugger jeans. Her shirt was blue and made oflinen, with a tie near the waist area. It had red embroidered designs and sequins. Her shoes were not found and it was evident that the killer had removed some of her clothing.[5]

    On her right hand, she had a ring made of white gold without any stone. She was wearing two pendant necklaces made of white gold. One pendant had a leaf design and a round turquoise stone. The other was made of plastic and was heart-shaped with a rose design. She was not wearing earrings, and her ears had not been pierced

    Fingerprints were taken from the body and entered into national databases, but no match was found. Her body wasexhumed in 2003 to obtain DNA but no match was found.[8][9] Through these forms of body identification, at least sevenmissing people have been ruled out as possible identities for Sahara Sue.[3] Pictures of her face have also been released to public websites, and multiple reconstructions of her face also exist.[3][5]

    In 2016, investigation yielded several major developments in the victim's case. Forensic palynology on her clothing indicated she had spent time in Napa Valley or Central Valley, California sometime prior to her murder. Another potential lead was followed that suggested that Sahara Sue may have ties to a trailer park in the area. Further investigation indicated she could have used the name "Shawna" or "Shawna" and may have been employed at a Holiday Inn or a motel on Las Vegas Boulevard.[2]


    "Sahara Sue"

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    Reconstruction of the victim's face by theNational Center for Missing and Exploited Children
    Born 1954-1964 (approximate)
    Status Unidentified for 37 years and 25 days
    Died August 14, 1979 (aged 15-25)
    Las Vegas, Clark County,Nevada, United States
    Cause of death Homicide by stabbing
    Resting place Woodlawn Cemetery, Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada,United States
    Other names Jane Las Vegas Doe
    Known for Unidentified victim of homicide
    Height 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
    Weight 100 lb (45 kg) to 105 lb (48 kg)


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  16. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/58ufnv.html

    "The Doe Network" : International Center for Unidentified & Missing PersonsCase File: 58UFNV


    The Doe Network

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    Left to right: Artistic rendering of the victim; Composite; Sketches of the victim by Barbara Martin; NCMEC photo composites; Victim's jewelry; Victim's shirt


    Unidentified Female



      • Date of Discovery: August 14, 1979



      • Location of Discovery: Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada



      • Estimated Date of Death: 3 to 4 hours prior



      • State of Remains: Recognizable face



      • Cause of Death: Unknown

    Physical Description
    ** Listed information is approximate



      • Estimated Age: 15-25 years old



      • Race: White



      • Gender: Female



      • Height: 5'6"



      • Weight: 100-105 lbs.



      • Hair Color: Light brown, shoulder length.



      • Eye Color: Brown



      • Distinguishing Marks/Features: Manicured nails with red nail polish.



      • Dentals: Not available. Edentulous with an upper denture. No lower denture recovered. From the 1979 report in the case file: Decedent had full upper and lower dentures. Mandibular denture was not recovered. The maxillary denture was of an open face design with no flange over the 4 anterior teeth. The maxillary arch was small with the denture measuring 6.2 cm wide at the tuberosity and 5 cm long from incisor to post dam - the central incisor is 13 mm long - processed in pink plastic. The anterior teeth are New Hue Biotone Plastic, mold IN and shade 61 or 62. The posterior teeth are 32 L a 33 degree tooth.



      • Fingerprints: Available. Prints checked through local PD and FBI no matches in file.



      • DNA: mtDNA and nucDNA available. Complete mitochondrial DNA profile and full STR profile uploaded to NDIS.
    Clothing & Personal Items



      • Clothing: Blue Levi's hip hugger jeans, a distinctive light blue-green button-up linen shirt with red floral embroidery and sequins and a tie up bottom. No shoes.



      • Jewelry: White metal chain with clear plastic heart pendant with a rose painted on it. White metal chain with a pendant containing a turquoise colored stone. White metal plain ring worn on the right hand.



      • Additional Personal Items: Unknown

    Case History
    The victim's was found partially disrobed and lying face down in the vacant parking lot on the old El Rancho Casino property (now a vacant lot) at Las Vegas Boulevard South and Sahara Avenue. She had what appeared to be multiple wounds to the abdomen.

    She was last seen with a white male at a liquor store shortly before she was found.



    Investigating Agency(s)
    If you have any information about this case please contact;





      • Agency Name: Las Vegas Metro Police Department



      • Agency Contact Person: N/A



      • Agency Phone Number: 702-229-3521



      • Agency Name: Clark County Coroner's Office



      • Agency Contact Person: N/A



      • Agency Phone Number: 702-455-6649





      • Agency Name: National Center for Missing & Exploited Children



      • Agency Contact Person: N/A



      • Agency Phone Number: 800-843-5678



      • Agency Case Number: ME: 79-0968; NCMEC: NCMU1104104



      • NCIC Case Number: N/A

    Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

    Information Source(s)





      • Clark County Coroner's Office



      • News 3 Archive
     
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  18. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    http://unidentified.wikia.com/wiki/Sahara_Sue

    Sahara Sue

    Sahara Sue, was an unidentified girl found dead in Las Vegas on August 14, 1979. She is well known for not having any teeth at a young age. A recent lead has indicated she may have lived in a local trailer park. She likely spent time in California and could have used the name Shauna or Shawna.

    Sahara Sue's body was found within hours of her death. She was seen alive with a man at a liquor store, who may be involved in her murder.

    It appeared that someone had removed some of her clothing and possibly the lower denture that was not recovered.

    • Although she had no teeth, Sahara Sue may have been from a wealthy background, as she wore linen clothing and white gold jewelry, which are fairly expensive.
    • She may have been from Amish origin, as she lacked teeth, which the Amish sometimes have removed to prevent future problems.
    • Her case could be related to the Arroyo Grande Jane Doe, who was found dead from similar circumstances a year later.

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  19. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    https://www.facebook.com/saharasuejanedoe/

    Sahara Sue Jane Doe - Nevada - 1979
    7 hrs ·
    There is great news! Investigators have received a lead in my case. I can't tell you what the lead is except for what was published, but let's hope it gives me back my name. They think my name might have be Shawna or Shauna and that I worked at a Holiday Inn on the Vegas Boulevard and lived in a trailer on East Lake Meade BLVD. Here's an article about me and the lead for you to check out:

    http://news3lv.com/…/las-vegass-oldest-cold-case-gets-a-new…
     
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  20. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    http://fromwhisperstor.fr.yuku.com/topic/2182/Jane-Doe-August-14-1979-Las-Vegas-Nevada

    Jane Doe August 14, 1979 ,Las Vegas, Nevada

    The Doe Network:
    Case File 58UFNV

    2 Left: Reconstructions of Victim; 2 Right: Sketches of victim by Barbara Martin

    Unidentified White Female

    Located on August 14, 1979 in Las Vegas, Nevada
    She was a victim of homicide

    Vital Statistics

    Estimated age: 17 - 25 years old
    Approximate Height and Weight: 5'6"; 103 lbs.
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Light brown hair; brown eyes.
    Dentals: Upper Dentures, the anterior teeth are New Hue Biotone Plastic, mold in and shade 61 or62. The posterior teeth are 32 L a 33degree tooth. No lower dentures present, but no teeth either.
    Clothing: She wore blue jeans, a distinctive light blue shirt with red embroidery designs and sequens on the shirt. No shoes. She was wearing some silver jewelry with a crystal heart shaped charm, a white-gold ring on her right hand.
    Other: DNA available

    Jewelry

    Shirt

    Case History
    The body of this unidentified white female was found on the pavement of the old El Rancho Casino area, now a vacant lot 370 feet south of Sahara Avenue in Las Vegas, Nevada at approximately 2030 hours on 08/14/1979.
    She had what appeared to be multipile wounds to the abdomen.
    She was last seen with a white male at a liquor store shortly before she was found.

    Investigators
    If you have any information concerning this young woman's identity, please contact:
    Las Vegas Metro Police Department
    702-229-3521
    Or
    The Office of the Clark County Coroner
    702-455-6649
    E-Mail
    All information may be submitted anonymously.

    Agency Case Number:
    79-0968

    NCIC Number: N/A
    Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

    More info at:
    http://doenetwork.us/cases/58ufnv.html
     
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