Murder Victim found in California could have loved ones in another State or Country.
Facial Re-construction of murdered Jane Doe
Dental: Teeth seen in facial re-construction are victim’s actual teeth. Teeth are very well cared for; no dental cavities; teeth have plastic sealants; missing all first bicuspids (#5, #12, #21, and #28); possible prior orthodontics or preparation for orthodontics; all four wisdom teeth are present; lower wisdom teeth are not fully erupted.
Race: Believed to be Caucasian
Approximate Age: Late teens or early 20’s
Weight: Unknown (thin to average)
Outstanding Features: Has had a broken nose in the past
The Sacramento Police Department is asking for public’s assistance in identifying this unidentified murder victim.
On June 29, 2001, Jane Doe was discovered in Sacramento, California. She had been the victim of a homicide and no-one has come forward to identify the woman or her killer.
If you believe you no who this woman is you’re asked to contact authorities.
Detective Dick Woods
Detective John Kingsbury
Sacramento Police Department
Investigator Greg Wyatt
Sacramento County Coroner’s Office
California Department of Justice, Missing and Unidentified Persons Unit, (916) 227-3290