Unidentified Female - Found May 30, 1980

East of Blue Earth, Minnesota just off Interstate 90

(Everyday I wake up and think to myself, "Today will be the day...The day we give Jane Doe her name back!"
And everyday that passes my heart breaks a little more.)

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DNA PROFILE

THUMBPRINT (LEFT)

DENTAL DIAGRAM

POSSIBLE CIRCUMSTANCES

POSSIBLE MATCHES

TEXAS ID CARD & SWEATER

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Thank you to Wes Neville for his efforts in creating these drawings.

I maintain this web site so she is never forgotten and maybe someday her family will have closure.

Unidentified Female

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Unidentified female

Drawings are an approximation based on the artists interpretation, from actual skull x-rays

NCIC NUMBER: U464525869

If you have any information please contact
Debi at  507-525-1841
Or email jdanderson@bevcomm.net

Or Contact
Deputy Adams
Faribault County Sheriff’s Office
507-526-5148
You may remain anonymous

(Click to view larger)Exhumation

EXHUMATION: It finally happened! On August 12, 2014 the body of our Jane Doe was exhumed for the purposes of obtaining samples for DNA testing, Isotopic Analysis, and a three dimensional facial reconstruction. Thank you to all those who made this happen!

Jane Doe was found  May 30, 1980 when a farmer came across her decomposed, body floating in a ditch just off Interstate 90, a few miles east of Blue Earth, Minnesota. The only clue to her death were the remains of a cord still wrapped around her neck and the only clues to her identity, which  still remains a mystery, are as follows:

Gender: Female
Approximate Height: 5' 3"
Approximate Weight: 128 lbs
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Unknown
Age: 20-35 years
Identifying Marks: Overbite, left ear pierced, right ear piercing unknown, both feet heavily calloused,  teeth showed some crowding. More Case Info)

The Medical examiner's report suggested she may have been between the ages of 20-35 years and Caucasian. Because the autopsy was performed in 1980 and prior to today's technological advances, this data should not be used to exclude other possibilities.

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