Thursday, April 11, 1985

FL - Unidentified Female Body located April 11, 1985 - St. Johns County Florida












ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- Detectives are continuing to ask for the public's help in identifying the remains of a person found more than 30 years ago in a Crescent Beach sand dune.

According to Cold Case Detectives with the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office Major Crimes Unit, workers discovered the skeletal remains April 11, 1985 while they were building a dock.
Cold Case Detectives with the St. Johns County Sheriff’s

Cold Case Detectives with the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit are continuing to seek the public’s assistance in identifying remains found nearly 30 years ago in a Crescent Beach sand dune.(Photo: St. Johns County Sheriff's Office)

An anthropological report was completed by the University of Florida. At that time, the report indicated that the remains are possibly of a white female. Her age was between 20-40-years-old.

Investigators believe her death was between one and five years prior to the discovery of the remains. The cause of death was not determined due to the decomposition of the body but the case was ruled a homicide.
Cold Case Detectives with the St. Johns County Sheriff’s

Cold Case Detectives with the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit are continuing to seek the public’s assistance in identifying remains found nearly 30 years ago in a Crescent Beach sand dune.(Photo: St. Johns County Sheriff's Office)

Investigators received three forensic images of how the victim may have looked. The images were supplied by the F.B.I., Louisiana State University, and most recently from the University of South Florida. It was speculated that the victim had been involved in some type of auto accident before she died. A DNA profile was developed from the remains through the University of North Texas.

There were no missing persons' reports from the immediate area that matched the description of this victim.

Anyone with any information concerning the possible identity of this victim is asked to contact Detective Sean Tice at the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office at (904) 209-2192.
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Monday, April 1, 1985

Female, White - April 01, 1985 - Gray, KY

Female Earthly body: UNSOLVED
Who is she?
Located: Gray, KY
Date Found: April 01, 1985
Age: Approx 25 - 35 yrs
Race White
Ethnicity
Sex Female
Weight: 100 lbs
Height: (Petite) 4'9" - 4"11"
Hair: Red; 11 inches
Eyes: Hazel - light brown
Scars: scar on abdomen, numerous moles
Clothing on body: two pairs of socks, one pair white, one pair white with green and yellow stripes
Footwear: brown boots found nearby
Jewelry: heart and eagle pendants on two different necklaces

Known as "KNOX COUNTY JANE DOE"

DNA: Tests complete

Medical Examiner Case # 85-04-077

Circumstances: Found in rural dump, on April 1, 1985, in Gray, Kentucky along Route 25. She had been dead for a few days and her remains were discovered in a white refrigerator with a decal that said, “Super Woman” on the front. She was nude except for a two necklaces and two pairs of socks. She had several moles, a stained incisor and marks on her stomach that indicated she had given birth. A string of serial killings of red-headed women also occurred during this time frame.

https://identifyus.org/cases/82

http://www.needournames.com/1985/04/female-uid-kentucky-april-01-1985.html

Female UID - Kentucky - April 01, 1985


Located: Gray, KY
Date Found: April 01, 1985
Age: Approx 25 - 35 yrs
Race  White
Ethnicity  
Sex   Female
Weight: 100 lbs  
Height: (Petite) 4'9" - 4"11"
Hair: Red; 11 inches
Eyes: Hazel - light brown
Scars: scar on abdomen, numerous moles
Clothing on body: two pairs of socks, one pair white, one pair white with green and yellow stripes
Footwear: brown boots found nearby
Jewelry: heart and eagle pendants on two different necklaces

DNA: Tests complete

Medical Examiner Case # 85-04-077


Circumstances: Found in rural dump, on April 1, 1985, in Gray, Kentucky along Route 25. She had been dead for a few days and her remains were discovered in a white refrigerator with a decal that said, “Super Woman” on the front. She was nude except for a two necklaces and two pairs of socks. She had several moles, a stained incisor and marks on her stomach that indicated she had given birth. A string of serial killings of red-headed women also occurred during this time frame.


https://identifyus.org/cases/82