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Vic ST KILDA JANE DOE: Unidentified Female 443, Approx 55, found in in Alma Park, Vic - 3 March 1961

Discussion in 'Australia: Missing & Unidentified' started by MULDER, May 18, 2016.

  1. MULDER

    MULDER Bronze Member

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    Port Phillip Crime Investigation Unit Detective Senior Constable Adam Burnett said a police artist has produced a facial reconstruction in the hope that someone could assist in identifying her.


    http://www.vicpolicenews.com.au/news/10081-unknown-female-443.html

    Police are appealing for public assistance to try and identify a woman known only as “unknown female 443” for more than five decades.

    “For the past 55 years this woman has remained nameless,”
    “It’s time for this woman to be given an identity and we can let her loved ones know what happened to her.
    “There must be someone out there who knew this woman and can help solve this half-century long mystery.”
    Her death was not treated as suspicious and it’s believed she died of natural causes.


    The woman’s body was located by a police patrol lying next to train tracks in Alma Park in St Kilda on 3 March 1961.
    At the time of her death she was believed to be about 55-years-old, about 173cm tall, slim build, dark/grey hair, pale complexion and hazel eyes.
    She did not have any scars or tattoos but did have a complete set of dentures.
    She was found wearing a black skirt, red and white blouse, red cardigan, dark grey overcoat and black shoes.
    An autopsy was conducted at the time that revealed a high concentration of alcohol in her blood at the time of her death.


    Anyone with information about the unidentified woman is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit www.crimestoppersvic.com.au
     
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  2. MULDER

    MULDER Bronze Member

    Her clothes sound like a type of uniform - something that a sales department store or similar might wear.
    Will check to see if there are any further photos or information about this unidentified lady.
     
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  3. MULDER

    MULDER Bronze Member

  4. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Does Australia have a UID database where they can be matched with the missing, like we use NamUS?
     
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  5. MULDER

    MULDER Bronze Member

    No, not like NAMUS Kimster - though the NAMUS format is excellent, it would be good to do that in Australia as well - have the Missing Persons, Unidentified Persons, & the Unclaimed Persons Database all in one location on the web.
    Presently, in an official capacity, it is a Federal Police website which lists those who are missing by each States in Australia.
    http://www.missingpersons.gov.au/missing-persons/profiles
     
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